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February 13, 1956

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f. MONDAY. FEBRUARY l& 1958. I: 'f . LTL J 1 .rnr i BOLD FIRST SERVICE IN NEW CHURCH The conp-e-gatlon of St Stephen's Anglican Church, Britannia, held their , first service Sunday in the basement of their new church. The 'new church la being constructed to accommodate an Increasing congregation. Shown Is the temporary altar and communion rail, set up In the basement of the new Church. JounuI Phot bjr Domialoa WIo.) St Stephen's Church Marks Milestone The congregation of St.1 Stephen's Anglican Church, Britannia Heights, marked a milestone in their history yesterday when the first services' were held In the new church borne. The official opening will be on February 20. Ven. .Archdeacon C. O. Hepburn preached at the morning . service, and Rev. William Robinson, rector of St. John's Anglican Church, spoke at rensong. , The new church building is on Watson avenue near Pine-crest avenue. It will be used (or divine worship on Sundays and as a hall for social functions connected, with the life f the church during the week. Basement Church. : At present basement church. It has been designed so that a minimum of alterations will be necessary when sufficient funds are available to Save Money Washing ( Woollens , Yn actually tov. monoy wotHIno waoHtm In ZERO Cold Wattr Soo ... tovo your wooliem, too. A tflo ZERO goos tuch a long way, 5c package don 50 iwoaton. . Woihod with ZERO in comfortably L cool wortr, your fifwtt woollcra won't shrink, mot or pull out of ; V snap. At your local oipurlnwut, oVwg and wool iroras. For Fro. Noompl. writ Oot. 3X, ZERO -Sooo, VittBrMV-.C . continue with the superstruc ture. . The basement hall will seat 350 persons, with a chapel accommodating an additional 40 worshippers. There are also Sunday School classrooms, kitchen and washroom The future church win seat a congregation of 450 to 800 persons. ine omciai opening cere monies will be held Monday. February 20. at S p m, when Rev. J. Edwin Allsopp will be inducted as rector by RL Rev. Ernest S. Reed, Bishop of Ottawa. All diocesan deny are Invited to the Induction, andl me preacner wui o Rev." i C. K. Graham, rector of Al monte and rural dean of Lan ark. er. Sapper Tonight A parish supper will be held tonight in the new hall, with Ven. Archdeacon J. C. Ander son. Synod secretary, as speak- Other services will be held Wednesday evening, when Rev. K. R. cowan, rector of St. Mar tin's Church, will be speaker, and on Sunday the preachers wui be ven. Archdeacon c. c. Mills. Diocesan Commissioner, at the morning service, and Rev. Douglas Christie, rural dean of Ottawa, at evensong. The old St. Stephen's Church. which was secularized last Ontario, Radar At Installations :. Canada and the United States have signed agreements for the construction of radar installations In Newfoundland, Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario and British Columbia. . - Aireementa tabled in the Commons by the Government provide for: 1. Stations In Newfoundland Labrador to link up the mid' Canada and southern "Pine- tree" lines. 2. Stations In Nova Scotia, Ontario and British Columbia to augment the Plnetree chain. The agreements were negotiated last June and became effective that month. Under them, the U.S. would have' responsibility for eon- sUuctlng and operating the new Installations, with Canada retaining the right to psrtlcl pate In the operation to any extent she wishes. . The Canadian Press reported November 7 that the proposed mid-Canada and Plnetree llnk-cp would run 600 miles from the vicinity of Cape Race. southeast tip of Newfoundland, up the East Coasts of New foundland and Labrador toi roughly the 55th parallel. Poor Year For Thieves InRockcliffe The annual report from the Ontario Provincial Police, read to Rockcliffe Village Council Friday, revealed that 10 cars stolen there during 1055 had all been recovered and that breaking and entering had net ted thieves only $214 in cash. Forty-eight ..motor vehicle accidents had caused property damage estimated at $9,565, involving 22 villagers. Of the four -Injured in accidents during the year, only one was a resident, Of 154 cases in police court, the detachment had 144 con victions.- No bicycles had been reported stolen In 1955. Council also made application for subsidy under the Highway Improvements Act, entiUlng them to half of slightly more than the $33,000 expended In road repairs during 1055. Nine thousand dollars of the 80 percent, allowance had already been paid. with the late Ven. Archdeacon J. M. Snowdon as one of the founders. Services were first held under the pine trees, with a nearby verandah providing the pulpit, until building of the church among the -pines was started in 1892. - The recent extensive growth of the congregation made the move to a bigger church Sunspots, which -interfere with radio communications, are heading for a regular 11- Fridayrwas founded in 888, year peak In 1957-58.; IBff OTTAWA JOURNAL W c ftp .'..,- vM k ;.V oil JR- -.- ': - W .' Past and Present YPU Members Hold Reunion A reunion service of past and present members of the Young People's Union was held In Parkdale United Church Sunday evening to mark the church s 25th- anniversary, be. log celebrated all this month. Rev. Dr. D. T. Forsyth, of Toronto,, secretary of the Board of Christian Education for the United Church of Canada, was the special speaker.' . ' The first president of Park' dale's YPU, Arthur Campbell, was soloist, and Helen Tullis, present president, offered prayers. The Scripture was read by A. E. Campbell, chair man of the reunion committee . The service was by Rev. Dr. Norman Coll. TERRORISTS SLAIN. . ALGIERS, Feb. 13. Ft French authorities reported at least 10 rebels slam In scattered actions In Algiers in the last 24 hours. Terrorist attacks in ,the same period cost four lives, including a nine-year-old Moslem boy killed by a hand grenade at Tebessa. Four rebels have been wounded and 23 captured. JM Mrtrtt i, . ..... ' . .,r ' REUNION BANQUET TO COMMEMORATE 15 YEARS The Young People's Union of Parkdale United Church held a turkey banquet Saturday to commemorate the church's Silver Anniversary. The banquet was also a reunion for some 200 present and former members. About to cut the anniver sary cake are, Miss Helen Tullis, president, and Art Cuthbert. first president of YPU. Looking on, left to right: Lon Campbell, chairman of dinner; Rev. Dr. Norman Coll, minister, and . Dr. D. I. T. Forsyth, guest speaker. Mrs. Eugene Ledup - m J vr - vies in oxno i ear Mrs. Eugene Leduc. of 20 Langevln street, died Friday in hospital after a long illness, aged 81. Born In Notre Dame du La us. Que, she was formerly Sarah Laieunesse, daughter of. the late Mr. and Mrs. Thanlse Lajeunesse. She was married In 1895 to Bob Farrell, who died In 1917, and married a second time In 1920 to Eugene Leduc, ' Mrs. Leduc attended St. Charles Church and was a member of the. Ladles of St. Anne and the Third Order of St. Francis. She Is survived by her hus band, two sons, Albert Farrell, of Hull; Lorenzo Farrell, of Detroit; three daughters, Yvonne Farrell, Mrs. Hector Tapp (Fl- dele), and Laurette Farrell, of Ottawa; one sister, Sophie T.aiimt nf rtttaw inrf tfl conducted -r,nn(.hllrt- The funeral was held this morning from Oauth1'-'" neral Home for requiem high mas in Bt. Charles Cburcu at 7.30 o'clock. Burial was in Notre Dame cemetery. FIRE HUNGARIAN OFFICIAL. LONDON, Feb. 13. 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Kcw Spring Stoclt of Jackets, Capet and Stolct Included S55S Alt OUNCE. TORONTO. Feb. . IS. An 18-ounce albino chinchilla, whose weight is worth more than gold, was exhibited 'Saturday at the Central OnUrlo Chinchilla Breeders' ninth annual show. Valued at 110,000, the animal is worth $555 an ounce. Oold Is $35 an ounce. BABT SUFFOCATES. LONDON. Ont, Feb. U-CF) A fir department iahalator squad worked' In vain vaster -day to revive a five-weeks-old baby j who apparently suf to, cs ted In his carriage. MrT Robin Douglas- called firemen when, she found her ton, Robin Douglas, unconscious. - CASAVANT orjtn music wih all chapel service. Real organ music not aa imIUtloa effect. Organist available - at NO extra charge! L 11$ McLEQD ST. ?tuWiai JbiA&cUrU. PHONE CES-lltl J Vs IPIMKDIE Here are reading bargains you wont want to miss. Phone The Davis Agency right sway and tale advantage of these special subscription ofleis. 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