The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on March 13, 1963 · Page 33
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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada · Page 33

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Wednesday, March 13, 1963
Page 33
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The QtTJmk Journal v. ..... ) ; OTTAWA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1963 33 idow of w Tel I s of An ti-Communi st Rig ht i BytJUUE WOODSWORTII of Tha Journal The widow of an assassi nated iabiti-communist. leader 1 has rnma tn fVraua in tell the Ukrainian rnmmunitv ' .. ....j , how free Ukrainians con-tinue to struggle against , communism. Mrs. Oaria Rebet, an editor of "Contemporary", an anti-communist m a g a z f ne published in Munich, is near-ing the end of a lecture . tour that since last December has taken herhrough the Eastern, United States, and -to" Edmonton,. Winnipeg and Toronto. . Her husband.' Dr. Lev Carol Rebet. also an' anti-communist writer, and pro- fessor. at the Ukrainian University in Munich, was murdered by Soviet agent as he left his office one day' in 1957. Because of the method of ' assassination, it was not knows how Dr. Rebet, died until the agent, Bogdon . Stachynsky, - gave himself ' up - to German authorities last year. ' - Interviewed yesterday at the residence' of the Basilian Fathers, a Ukrainian religious order, Mrs. Rebet said said that since 1921. when the Ukraine became a repub-'. lie of the USSR, the country has struggled to retain freedom of speech and some "- cultural identity. - There was an active un- -derground movement," she said, "but now even that has been almost wiped out, and so it is very important for Ukrainians to have an outside political movement." - , Asked . whether she con-r rSldered hef own life in danger Mrs. Rebet answered. "Everyone engsged in exposing , communism risks their life." The mother , of a 20-year-" ' ' old son, and daughter whA i accompanied her mother to the United States. Mrs.. Rebet has made her home in Germany since the end of ' the Second World War. Her daughter plans to remain in the States where Mrs. Rebet's father now.lives. Hef trip to Ihe U.S. was sponsored by the Ukrainian Research Association, and in Canada her sponsor is the Ukrainian Canadian Association. . Trarcllers LA Members of. the Ladies' Auxiliary,-United Commercial Travellers of America, met with Betty Faux presiding, Mr. Stan Paterson assisted at-the election of officers. - A report was given on the annual "at. home" held at the "Assembly Hall, Lans-' downe Paris, convened by Mr Len tie Carle. HATS CAME HIGH Fur hats from Canada be-' came popular in England in the mid-18S0s but cost the equivalent of six months' wages for a skilled workman. VJEDIIESDAY-TIIURSDAY-FniDAY VJTALIS With V-7 7 FL'Oz. Bottle . . Keeps hair neat all day the greaseless way. . :. -,. iX k k VALUE $1.00 OUR BONUS SPECIAL iVlen'sTIES Large assortment of men's first qual ties in the newest Spring designs. VALUES UP TO 52.00 - " OUR BONUS SPECIAL STCCt HOSSi 12.30 Ukrainian I x, ) rr . -'' ' '" . V ' 'I V-V I I 'MRS. DARIA REBET On lecture tor in Canada and U.S. WHY GROW OLD? Amount of Food Influences Weight By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN In the strict sense of the word, there is no such thing as a 'fattening" or a "slimming" food," If you eat enough of any food, it will make you fat, and if you eat little enough, yon will lose weight It is not what you eat but how much. We think of some foods as "fattening" because they have such a high calorie count. For instance, one chocolate cream has 110 calories; three-fourth cup of macaroni, baked with cheese, gives you 34S calories. Usually, high- calorie foods-: are not" essential to health . and there is seldom room for them on a reducing diet if you are to get all of the essentials for good nutrition. Some perfectly innocent - foods have gotten the reputation -of being fattening' be-" cause of "the way -they are prepared. NothingIs' better" qualified to be on a slimming 'die! than a baked - potato," one gives you about 100 calorie). Add salt and pepper, and even -' dot of butter, - and it is still a splendid low-"calorie item for your dinner. But if you cream or scallop that potato, one- PEOim- EASY TERMS BELL'S CORNERS ON ROUTE IS Ooooslte Lvnweod VQlace. 3 x miles west of Carling ' , Intersection. . , , J. U10 fm, DUI - UntSH: 9 in. k t . Leader (Journal PhotA by Dominion Wtdei half cup gives you 100 calories. If you(make It into salad, one - fourth cup gives you 100 calories and if you make french frigs, just eight of them count up to IS7 calories. Whenever a woman says, "I do not eat potatoes and never put sugar in my coffee," I know that she doesn't know much about a reducing diet or calorie counting. Most likely she is nibbling on all sorts of seemingly harmless little items while she faithfully leaves off potatoes and drinks . her coffee, black Jf you drink a lot of coffee, it's wise not kto use sugar and creambut there is no reason why you cannot have a 'teaspoonfu! . of each in your morning cup. ,' Remember it is the amount --not' - the kind, of food which dictates what your weight wffl oe..T-ira ihe kind of " food you eat, however, hich 4-n fiu e n c e s your - health. - ; ... If you would like to have my alories chart, tend a stamped, self-addressed envelope . - with your request for leaflet. No. 36 to Josephine r Lowman in care of The Ottawa .Journal. AVAILABLE and Richmond Road If U W Socia and Persona Her ' Excellency Madame Vanier, attended by Madame Louis Berger. Lady in-Waiting, was p r e s e n t at the luncheon of La Ligue de la Jeunesse Feminine de .rOu-taouais at the Riverside Hotel Tuesday. ' . The High Commissioner r-for Pakistan,. Mr. Sultan Mohammed Khan, will be in Montreal tomorrow to; address the Royal Commonwealth Society. He will be accompanied by Mrs. Khan. ' The Ambassador of Brazil and, Mrs. Affonso Correa da ' Costa entertained at a performance of "The Little Hut." at Le Hibou. After the show they met with the director. Mr. Edgard. Demer. and members of the cast. Their guests included The Ambassador of Turkey, and Mrs. Taha Carim. the wife of "tTie" Swedish Ambassador, Mrs. Ragnavald Bagge, "the- Counsellor of the Danish' Embassy and Mrs. Mogens Juhl. and Colonel and Mrs. Jacques Ostiguy. v r ; The High Commissioner for Pakistan, Mr. Sultan Mohammed Khan, was in Kingston on Monday, where he addressed the faculty of political and economic science at Queen's University. Mrs. Basil Campbell left to spend a short holiday in Italy. Mr. and Mrs. Roy G. Walker have returned from a 10-day holiday in Florida. ' . Mr. and Mrs. Robin Ypunger, of Toronto, who were visiting, with Mr. Younger's mother, Mrs. George Younger, have sailed for England where they will spend the next two years. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard . Potechin entertained at smorgasbord dinner last evening at their home, 679 Brierwood, la honor of the Eretz group of Ottawa Women's ORT. 1 The cast of Spring Thaw will . be entertained at an after-theatre party given by the directors of the Theatre Foundation of Ottawa at the Hull Armories, Aylmer Road, at 11.30 p. m.on -Saturday, March 30. Mrs, W. A. Armstrong is in Toronto where she will attend, the Manufacturers-Consumer conference being held in the Royal York Hotel. ' . .. The second regional con-, ference of the Ottawa Diocesan Council of the Catholic. Women's League was held at St. Margaret Mary's Parish Hall, with Mrs. J. A. V. Hooper presiding. 4 S , Mrs. R. I. Milner. chairman .of the QlUwsLBrancJlotlhe,: Canadian . Mothercraft Society, will preside at the annual --meeting of the local - brsnch following a dinner-to be held Thursday evening at 142 Carling Avenue. ' .Mrs. Allan Thebarge and Miss NoreenTink will convene the St Patrick's banquet to be held in St Brigid's parish hall on Sunday, March 17 at 6.30 p.m. . Engagements . Millar Canning ' The engagement Is - an-I -nounced of Elaine, daughter of Mrs. Erland Millar and j the late Mr. Millar,' to j Constable' David Canning. ! R.C.M.P., son of Sgt and j' Mrs. Ralph Canning of Re- gina. Marriage to take place Saturday. April 13, at West- minster Presbyterian Church at 2.30. Moore Pierunck The engagement is an I nounced of Mary Elizabeth, I daughter of Mrs. Agnes Moore ; and the late-Mr. R. W.' Moore j of Richmond, to Patrick .'Thomas, son of Mrs. Annie 'Pierunek and; the late Mr. J. Pierunek of Douglas. Marriage to take place in St An-! drew'a' Presbyterian Church,-j Richmond.' at 3 o'clock , on ! 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