The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on October 24, 1959 · Page 9
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v SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 19M. THE OTTAWA JOURNAL Baptists Launching istic Crusade Twenty-two Ottawa and are BaptUt churches will launch special evangelistic crusade Sponsored, by the Ottawa Asso ciation of Baptist Churches tomorrow evening at Fourth Avenue Baptist Church. Bank Street and' Fourth avenue. The crusade, under the leadership of Rev. Walter J. Main, former minister and evangelist Of the Baptist Union of Scot-- land and now serving in the Extension Department of Moody 'Bible Institute, Chicago, is part of a continent-wide celebration of the Baptist Jubilee in Canada and the United States. Rev. Mr. Moody, well known evangelist, conference speaker, and Bible teacher in the British -Isles, serve on the boards of Africa Inland Mission, Baptist ' Missionary Society, Sudan Interior Mission, and Zambesi Mission. i A composer, he has written Mmm MAMAM a CO""' u SOUND ADVICE ON . INVESTMENTS DVW 4 TAs' v an mva mm . aw. ft COM ANr IIMITID . V'ev ' TWO Regent Rhythm SERVICES 1. Office Factory i. Shops Restaurants Ottawa's finest Uusie iV Dirte: Wlr Dial CES-M87 REV, WALTER i. MAIN. several hymns, and hu taken a leading part in choral activities. Meetings will be held from October 25 to November 1 in clusive, except Saturday, week day meetings beginning at 7.30 p.m., Sunday meetings at eight OCIOCK. Ottawa Baptist churches will transfer Sunday evening serv ices to Fourth Avenue Church during the crusade. Mrs. Som Bodnoff Mrs. Sam Bodnoff, 131 Chael street, the former Sadie Bodnoff, died Thursday In hos pital after a brief illness She was 63.,; Born In Russia, she came to Canada 90 years ago and had been an Ottawa resident aver since.- Her husband, Sam Bodnoff, died several years ago. She is survived by one son, Gerald Earl, of Toronto; three daughters, . Mrs. Alex Mintz (Mildred), of Regina; Trudy Bodnoff, of Toronto, and Mrs. Bern ice Feller,, of Ottawa; two brothers,' .Barnett Bodnoff and L Ben Bodnoff. both or Ottawa; three sisters, Mrs. N. Ginsberg -and'Mrs. Esther Ages, both of Ottawa, and Mrs. Sam Weiss, of Miami, and three grandchildren. Funeral service was neid in the Jewish Memorial Chapel, 375 King Edward avenue, at one o'clock. Interment was In Jewish Community cemetery. "W r-rw I i i. .1- l 1 i i. ' I f. t , . tit 1 J ry "II Belted Him For Clapping Too Soon MONTREAL (CP)-John Hopkins, 41. identified as tage man ager lor linger Sammy Davis Jr., wu fined (25 and custs Friday for belting a niht club patron who applauded at the wrong time. The charge was as- nun. Jean A. Derenne testified he was applauding Davis' act when! Hopkins came up and liked him to keep quiet. Later, he said, he: asked Hopkins why, and Hopkins : hit him. 1 Cross-examined, Derenne said 'perhaps" other people had also' asked him to keep quiet. I Hopkins claimed he struck De- Irenne twice after Derenne had pushed him and appeared ready to hit him. Hopkins said Derenne was Interfering with Davis' act. -Judge-Ernest Stmsrd deckled Hopkins hsd used more force than necessary. . AYPA ELECTS 1960 EXECUTIVE.. INSTRUMENTAL ANALYST A Canadian manufacturer with its research laboratories situated in Montreal requires a chemist familiar with InstrumeniXLanalyses in the fields of absorption spectroscopy (Ultraviolet and Infrared) and gas chromatography to work oa the separation and identification of organic compounds. 1 B.Sc. or advanced technical school training with experience In these fields desired. x Please, reply in confidence, stating age, education and experienca to: ,'.'r. , Bo No. E-449, Ottawa Journal The 28th annual Ontario Provincial Conference of the Anglican Young People's Association elected its executive for the coming year at Christ Church Cathedral on Thursday. Eji perienced -We-require Immediately a ..bilingual salesman living In Ottawa or suburbs, between 28 and 40 preferably witb some experience in pharmaceutical drug store or institutional lines. Our . products are nationally distributed and lead their field.-! i - We pay straight salary with expenses and supply a car, usual pension plan and medical care. In your reply give complete details of job history, marital status and telephone number. Dox E-452 Journal ; DECORATOR OFFICE FURNISHINGS SERVICE OFFICE PLANNING AYP Elects Ruth Lloyd ' Ruth Floyd of Peterborough has been re-elected for her second term as president of the Ontario Provincial Council of the Anglican Young Peoples' Associations. Miss Floyd and other officers were elected at Friday after noon sessions of the provincial conference at Christ Church Cathedral. Jean Marshall of Vara was named council vice-president In charge of next year s con ference. Miss Marshall, who move up from the secretary's post, is Ottawa diocesan presi dent of the AYP A. David Bently Of Pembroke was elected treasurer and Rev. J. A. Winters of Vankleek Hill was returned as chaplain. Other council officers are George Caldwell of Windsor, vice-president ofpromotlon and extension, and Dianne Pearse of Peterborough, council secretary. . This 28th annual provincial conference received an invite Uon to meet next year in the diocese of Algoma. The location wilt be decided by meet ing of the executive council. Deaths MONTREAL. Rev. Peter Donald Muir, 98, who spent 40 yeara oreaching In the home mission field of the Presbyterian Church and later the United Church. . Frank David Lorn Dies Suddenly Frank David Lore. 84 Willow street, -died suddenly at Arn-prior today. He was 81. Born in Vernon, Ont., and educated there, he was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Lors. He was married at Golden Lake in 1920 to the former Anna Mae Lisk, who survives. He was employed by the Canadian Nattonal Railways for 43 years. He hsd been station agent at Arnprior for' the put six years. Mr. Lors was a member of Bell Street United Churclu ' He is survived by his wife: one son, Howard at home; one daughter, Mrs. Allan Rowlee (June). City View; one sister, Mrs, Erskine Howell, Kars, and two grandchildren. The body is at the Hulse and Playfair funeral home. Service will be In the chapel Monday at 2 p.m., conducted by Rev. E. W. Oldring. Burial will fol I low' in Capital Memorial Gar dens. , - You don't need a detective , - to solve that car problem! ammmmmmmmmmmmmmmn tJ 6 tJ B n u u D a 0 D It your own ear Is laid up or perhaps a bit on the shabby side and not quite dependable laki UttX tmnnn trip or nrnlio in a nne ear at print yotir ornt All you Bead Is your' driver's llcrnw and idmtifieatioa to ' GO TILUKNI It's less expensive . uaa you think. i .. . ami JUST They are (from left), Rev. J. A. Winters of Vankleek Hill, re-elected provincial chaplain; Ruth Floyd of Peterborough, president; Jean Marshall of Vers, vice-president, and David Bently of Pembroke, treasurer. George McLaren Speaks fo Men At Avonmore AVONMORE. Oct 24. Spe cial George McLaren, Ot tawa, speaking to Glengarry Presbytery Presbyterian Men's Council in SL Andrew's Presby terian Church, gave a graphic report on the second .National Conference of Presbyterian' Men, held at the Canadian Ken-wick Conference , centre at Femdale, Muskoka. John McLennan, Maxville, Presbytery chairman of Pres- eytenan Men, welcomed mem bers from the various congre gations. The program of Presbyterian Men was outlined by Warren Perkins, Ottawa. Taking part in a panel discussion wen Mr. Perkins, Mr. McLaren, John McLennan, Paul Garceau and Clifford MacRae. Rev. Douglas Fox, Vankleek Hill, wu welcomed as new I kin. presbytery convener of evan gelism and social action. 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