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2 TSlfi Ottawa Journal 11. liU TUESDAY, AUGUST i fin- A - j . i ; ..... ... . Ttu is part ef the Arnprior Liont Junior Drum ' Corps which won the all-Ontario Junior B champion ship Saturday night at Toronto slid received a tumultu- AT ARNPRIOR Victorious Band Welcomed ARNPRIOR 'Special) ' r" it was a big musical evening in Amprtor Sunday night when thousands of district people, aid-ed bythe notv. homt of dredt of car. weTcomed. home" the " Arnprior Lions Jupior Drum! Corp following Its all-Ontario championship win in Toronto Saturday night . A lot car hiotor cavalcade, led by a police cniiter, met the, returning champions at Paken- ham, eight miles east of Arn-J prior, and led them to a tumultuous welcome by townspeople in this Valley town. - The local musicians. 3 boys and 12 girls, brought home the "Uncle Harry Saunders" Trophy emblematic of Ontario Junior B chamlonshipj and.' in addition, won. the Itrophy tor the best horn line and the award for the best drum - major. . to take the lion's share of the (our trophies, awarded 'in the prov- lnce-wide competition ' 1 Theproudest man of all wss . Arnprior business man, Frsnk Murray, founder' of the lunlor band back in 155. It orlitttiated in IJM. It originated a M-pece bogle band In cnnlunctton with ttm Ifiral Bov Scout nrauD ' N Wild West Rodeo Hit v At ShawYille SHAWVlLLE (Special) A real Western rodeo hit town Saturday night. h was such -a success that it will be brought back next year with more animals and more events. . .,' An estimated ISO persons ' Jammed the Agricultural building to witness the performance. " , Wild horse riding, bull riding, relay taces' plus the antics of a popular clown had spec - tator sitting on the edges of their seats during the four hour show. . , I ' Not to be ooldene'were the Western ladles, who took part in alt but two events. ' . Putlng on the show was the Ottawa.. Valley Western Hone Association under tpnnoribip of 'the Shawvllle Pony -Club. A parade was held in the afternoon with saddle ponies, pony , carts and chuck wagons.' . RtC0RD$ SEFRIGtmOKTI UDlOS-WiiHEKS STIJIO ' tcMMia sTonsnotiRSi Kittir tkraatk rrMtf . ft-m. to s . csm am dt tjtrtr cur.iniNG tt.SCTXICaL SALtS LTO. SIS But StTMt 111-1 lit 295 RICHMOND RO. r---trrnrr "Timi Tmrnin Shop With Confidenc When You Set This Seal of Satisfaction1 fr Ji mm PRIZE-U INNING Home "Cuideel by Mr: Murray,, and led by corps director, John Mc Kay, and1 drill Instructor Bill Murray, nucleus developed rapidly to becomjpneorjhe. best junior drum corps tn the country. . It will compete In the all-Canadian Junior' B championship In Varsity Stadium. To ronto Sept. t. . ;...''.. The band will defend "the Peate" Trophy swarded annual ly by the Cornwall branch of the Navy League Tattoo in Cornwall next weekend, , Toe Arnprior group has held this for the past two years. The local corps now holds eight trophies. They are sponsored by the Arnprior Lions Club to the tune of is.OO a year. - :: Hotels Keep Pace With Tourists Ottawa's Booming construc tion Industry is putting . the number of tourist and convert- linn rrnmmrwlallnn' v. il S 1 1 a jaHjchtty ahead -. demand. (ierry ueldert, director or ine Tourist and Convention Bureau, said today. "No, w have Mo problem here." he of the; prim vacation tlmf demands for ac commodation.X ' Htm motels and extra units on established hottelries have cured a lack of needed' space created by last year's, record tourist flood. Mr. Celdert noted thatwlth the ooenina of a new reception centre on tht Montreal Road within the next two days, the city will "have six terminals to provide an excellent placement service. He ssld the Bureau wss slaying open until It o'clock each night to make lure ho on coming in late was left with out knowing wher to go. Abandoned Car Linked With Robbery An abandoned 1958 red and white Oldtmobile found bri a lonely road two miles south of La Macaia, Que., has been tentatively identified' a the one used by five bandit who held up the Bank of Montreal In Calumet last Friday. . ' QPP officer Ollles Cassette fit the Labeile detachment of the QPP found the car during a routine check of the area Sunday night. v -. Corporal Jean-Paul Dallairt of the Lachute QPP detachment, who is in charge of the Investigation Into the robbery, Identified the auto a the getaway car used Friday In Calumet,.- .---,.,. -- ' Cancelled -cheques from the Calumet bank were found in the vehicle. WEDNESDAY NOON HOLY COMMUNION . neerti.LT ran BUIINKtS psopls .. . 12.40 P.M ST. GEORGE'S Metcalfe at Gloucester . tftmt Laarlwl w i ! MUSIC MAKERS oua welcome home tfojn town Sunday, the' group championships at Toronto' Jdils Hull Meii For Brantford ' Rat Raid ' BRANTFORD (CP) Gilbert Emery and Gerald Poitras, both 1 and both from Hull, Que., were semerced to J Snonths in penitentiary Monday after Magistrate A. D. Barron found them guilty jsfja Joint charge jof breaking, entering and theft. - Th charges arose when the apartment of Mr. and Mr. Edward Artenault. . of , Brantford. Was broken into and robbed oft' July ..'-' ' Emery pleaded guilty : but Poitras pleaded not . guilty to the charge. Poitras said be was in' a car with his. sitter while the theft was taking place. V i His sister, Teresa Poitras, corroborated Ms story but Magistrate Barron said he was satisfied Poitras was the man who Mrs, Helen White, an Occupant of another apartment in the building, saw - run from the premises in the company of Emery.. " -' . ; v.. John Turton Wins Honors At' Swim Meet ; CARLETON PLACE (Special) John Turton took top honors at the annual swim meet held here 'on th weekend. He won the Chamber of Commerce boys' aquatic championship trophy and th Ladies' Auxiliary C of C trophy for th hslf mil, besides placing second In the mile swim. ;'-, The Retell Merchant trophy for the girls" aquatic championship went to Marl Wilson and the LOO Club trophy for the mil swim was awarded to David Brown, four-time winner of this event 1 The meet marked the end of the annual Red Cross swimming Instruction sponsored by the C of C Ladles' Auxiliary and the Carleton Place Recrea tion Committee. Of a record enrolment of 380 at the begin ning of the swimming lessons. 240 pupils took the testa and 181 were successful. i-k. K TRAFFIC LAND VANCOUVER (CP) - Mor than half of Vancouver's 'total downtown free Is the domain of the automobile, syt traffic engineer Ken Vaughan Birch. A survey shows that M per cent of the area is used for streets,' lanes and parking Iota. j.l-v . FREE I.IM PRISONERS SEOUL Th South Ko rean government announced today that 1.199 prisoner wilt be -released Aug. IS In an am nesty to commemorate Korea's 19th liberation day. Political prisoner are not Included. .7- the proud citizens of the. will compete In Canadian Vanity Stadium Sept. 12. V .iA--.'.--A the Ottawa Fa rm Journal Paga The Back CltS:L m t ' A tkrwii4 ess lie m tony Acres-4 2 . V.MM.u'sn V At Domtnlo) Public Weather Pffire Ferecatt: Increasing cloudiness this afternoon. Mainly , cloudy tonight and Wednesday. - Showers and .acattered thunder-showers beginning lata thia evening and continuing tomorrow.' Temperatures near normaL Winds light today, Increasing from the southeast this evening, becoming westerly IS tomorrow afternoon. Low tonight and high Wednesday at Ottawa 65 -and 10. ,-:,,.;''. " Ottawa, Area HECTOR LALONDE. $9. of 371 Stewart Street' LEON BRAULT, ."of 70 Springfield Road. ; : MRS. MORRIS FELD-BERG. S7. housewife, of 2082 Killamey Drive. STELLA LAiLY. at, ei 113 Chapel Street . ' MRS. GEORGE A. WELCH. housewife, of . 593 Island! Park Drive. WINSTON R. HODGINS, 64, at Shawville. - MRS. FREDERICK WILLIAM HOLMES, housewife, of 335 Metcalfe Street. MRS. CHRISTENA BURKE, widow of Patrick Burke, of Hull MRS. ELSIE LYDIA HAtf-MELL, 438 Queen Mary Road., ' CPR Net ; Income Up MONTREAL (CP) - Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Monday reported net income for the first half Of IM4 at S2I.143.391 compared with tlt.T2l.ill in the same period last year. Railway t revenues In created to t297.MS.Ul from C237.39l.232 and railway earning! Increased to 122. 135. 31 1 from II.22J.J3. Dividend proceed from Cs-nadisri pacific tnvettment Ltd.. a wholly - owned subsidiary, amounted to t3.U3.H4 In the first six months of thi year. The company wa formed hi IIM2 end did not issue a dividend hi the first half of IM3. ' to all WRITERS - Ottawa . , A representative of a well-known New York book publisher will soon be In Ottawa to Interview writers. " His purpose is Id uncover manuscripts worthy of pub-Ikslion. Fiction, non-fiction, poetry, Juveniles, collec- ' tionr of short Itories or articles, religious, specialired and even controversial subjects will be considered. , It you hav book-length manuscript ready for pub-lication (or are still working on It) and would like to discuss H with this executive, please telephone 238-2313, between 8.00 a m. and 10.00 p.m., and leave your nam and address. You will be contacted, later, to arrange for a definite appointment , y -:" ' v '' r'H tm Hlii, tw H; ' " ' ' - Editorial Director, P.O. Box X119, G.P.O. " '. New York, N.Y, I)A; " '-'-.'". ft WEATHER A meeting hat been called at, Carleton County agricultural re presentatlve's offlce.1 Auguit 13, to elect poultry committee, representatives, under the new marketing plan. ' The Ontario Ell and Fowl Producer' Plan which haf closely followed in this col umn hat now been establish ed by order tn w.councH, ,. It it now necessary to elect three producers to represent Carleton on "the dittiict com mittee. The meeting is being held at I.M p.m. Thursday In the board room, Ontario Depart-ell's Corners. ' Advance written nomlnatlont ire Ming received at thS Carle-ton office prior to the meeting. These nominations mutt carry signature of the nominator and seconder and signify that the person nominated is willing to stand for election. Nominations, of court, will be accepted from the floor dur ing the meeting. TtMPEaAnmES - Low-last-night and high Monday at Dawson 47, s7; Vancouver 59, 71: Victoria S9, 74; Edmonton 48. Mi Prince Albert 32, 57; Reglna 32, 58; Winnipeg 48, 79; Churchill 40. 49; North Bey 54. 88; Sudbury 55. 54; Wind, or 83, 78; London 80, 71; Toronto 17, 70; Ottawa 89, 74) Montreal 65, 72; Quebec 50. 88; Fredericton 49, 09: Halifax S3. 87; Chariottetewn 50. 89; Chicago 78, S3; Bee-ton 82, 74: New York 70, 78; Washington , 88. 82; Miami 82. 87;. Denver 52. 19; Tucson -H Mi Loa Angdaa if j.'.:, ;4:. - , ,- 4. -: Refuses Stay , In Civil Rights Bill Enforcement TORONTO (CP) - Hugh Dowse Was defeated Monday tn an attempt to be seated ai delegate at the Ontario . New Democratic Party convention. Provincial party Secretary James Bury said alter delegates had rejected Mf. Dowson that he was refused membership the NOP because the party con stitution doe not allow a per son to be a member Or known supporter of another golitital Prty- - Mr. Dowson denied M wai t member of any other political party. . .y v UNCOVERS WATER tARNSLEY. England CPV For four years Arnold Mar- gesod has carriM water to bis pig at the rear of Ms horn here. To save labor, h decided to cut a trench and lay a wa ter pipe, wnii igging be uncovered 8 Ji-foot wtll thought to be mora than It year old. L I Sbt b!j reason ti twitch to SUPERIOR tVsVr quick with th tauhft 1051 Willlnftror. Sfrt 30 Ride! Sfroor, ' OaUjr ta t-t PJBM ilUwt Sit, ' StlMt atast 11 lUPIRlOl Jfocuf 'flukm' tiuW" ta4. UndoTErSand laboratory in 141. k would not be possible for artificial intern ination units to provide breeder with froten mta on nation wide basis. i At the opening of the new' Breeders' Service Building at the Ontario Agricultural College Guttph, arlir this year, Or. Joseph Edwrdi who Is in oharg of th AI program operated by England's Milk Marketing Board, told she following story. ' ' . - Dr. Aubrey Smith bad triad unsuccessfully to- achieve prolonged atoragl f fowl smn It low temperature using a laevd-lot (sugar) dlluier. The sugar dlluttnt was put back in the refrigerator to hold with bottles ef other liquids whll the new substances were tried. Later the Investigator found thai the tpermatotoa tat bot tle labelled as containing tht original sugar solution had tur- Sees Fire Hazard In Schools PEMBROKE (Staff) -Chars- mi that torn Roman Catholic schools in Pembrok esnttltuta 5 flrl hetard, trust rtttr Morris Monday demanded the Separata School Board hold 8 special meeting to consider re- commendetion submitted by tht Fir Department.. He claimed he had been "giv- i the brush . off when h mad earlier tttamptt a hav th board ad en recommenda tion ef Fir Department officials. H (aid they "r some what reluctant to condone to cupancy ef som of th buildings even for another year." "Deapltt that disturbing re port, nothing has bets done,' sal Mr. Morris. Two weak age. Mr. Morris retigned at chairman of the Separat School Board Manage ment committee. H aaid at th Urn ft objected le procedure followed by tht hoerd to-selecting 8 full- urn manager, a new posit tor which bt had applied. No data was set last nitht tor th special meeting demand- ea ay Mr. Morris. . ... Doctor Says Negro's Body Shows Beating NEW YORK (AP)-A Brook lyn doctor, who performed au topsies on the bodies of two of the three civil rights workers slain fat Mississippi, laid Men- day that both were shot, but only one the Negro tu beaten. . 1 Dr. David M. ' Spain Wtt asked to perform the autopsies by the parents of the elain youths. He did not examine the third body because the family is not request ft. Result! ef th office! autopsies performed in Mississippi have not been released. One Mississipi of fids I was quoted S! eaytng none of 'th bodies showed any signs of a beating. Spain. 8 professor ef clinical pathology and member of th medical committee for human rights, said James Chancy, II. th, Negro, had ufTrd a sever beating with either a blunt instrument or a chaia and was shot three times. 3 725-1 1 31 132-5353 Weats Is 8 ,M-t a1( Sstettt kr aermttMwe. 5' vived coo! liu to and rewarnv I big from minus II degrees centigrade. She analysed the solution III the bottle and discovered it wasglycerol. It was not the sugsr solution at all but a bottle of a mixture made for a different burpose. " V ". Controlling Wtifo From tog Carlatot County agricultural representative's of fice also comes advice on eon- Thin comments are. those of the .agricultural extension tuff. "Ideally." It 4s pointed out 'we don't want weed seeds go During late August ana early be destroyed." .,' roots of perennial weeds must Ing back' Into the sell and the September at time of moist chsnct to Infest next year's to mas sure weeds have little farmers have an opportunity weather and good weed growth crop, it is noted. Mor( than en application of 24D It usually required to kill certain weed such as Bind weed. Plantain. Sow Thistle) end Canada Thittlt. A good time to Slaughter Cattle Prices Steady In Diill Trading n TORONTO ! Trsdlnt wai dull at steady mice on til clssse and grades of slaughter cattlt at th Ontario public Stockyard. - . Cow prices wer asslerJVeal calf price wer steady. Hog prlcae wer higher and sheep and lamb prices war higher. Slaughter cattle 518: Choice steers 24-24.50; good 22-23; m-dlura 20-21: common 18-19; choice heifers ll.SO-2230; good 20-21; medium 18-19.50; common 15-17; choice fed yesrilngs 22 24; good 20-21; good cows 18-17; medium ' 14.90-19.50; csnners and cutters 10-14; good heavy bologna bulla 11-18; common and medium 15-17.50. Replacement caul 500: Good light atockar 22-24; medium and common 18-21. '-- Calves 149: Chotc vsslers 17-29 with sale to Mh good 24-26; medium 21-23) common 15-21: boners 13-19. . Hogs 511: Orsd A at Toronto , 27.20-28.15 . currtntly Mlllnt it 28.19. I . Sheep and lamb 51: Oood lamba 29-24.50 per hundred 1 1 tftk 1 BSW 1 tT a.. 1. l . s , EATON'S --tr'J : 4 Present ' - : Fall's First FASHION PROJECT ,The Gentldman i i by Uwronci Dress focuilng loftly on th pretusst view of you. In dresses of rayon crp. :': . A, Black, TW. Bubr tU4 aa HSrtl tt AA to tt M SS. PrM.est, W 8. BlSea. liel it tea, t apply a second spray, farmers! are told, ta in the tatr wnen weeds art mora susceptible to control. . .. - Another reason for spraying In the fall is that weeds such as Pepper Grass, Penny Cress and wild carrot are just start Ing to grow. Spraying them In! the seedling tUge.Jtill them easily. . - ; Alto some lata anneal such tt Rsgweed which might have ures "can ae knock out be fore vti ting seed.", '.1 it - -- '' Odds tW tfntfj CarleUM daitgate to the Jun lor Frmr Cam at Lake Couchiching, September 7 to 14 are Joan Macartney of East Carleton and Keith Hobbs of South Carleton . . ', Teh Soils ind Crops Branch. of the On I tarlt Depanmant of Arlcalirt has Issesd list of charaeterlt-l tics of five varieties ef Winter I wheat .for guidance of farmers I In planting ... At the CNE. the dtpanment will have an exhibit prot raying the role of egrl euitura ta th province's Scon ploy mora than ITl.tOt persons I and accounu for spending ell mora than tMS million annually weight; common and medium I 11-23: sheep MO. - tatter, Eggs w churnlnl crtam and butter print price I were unchanged today. I Butter prices: Agricultural I Stabilization Board tenderabitl carlota; buvlni 40 score S3: buying 39 score 62i aalllng S3. FruH, Vegetabise Trading I was-quiet -on- th wholesale I fruit and vegetable tmuvet ' Better auallty and targe tlx applea are being offered and prices hav finned for those better offerings. Field tomatoes were firmer and supplies wer light, Peaches were lower and shipped In receipts wer heavy. The vegetable section show several prict In cresses namely green and waxed beans, corn, head lettuct tnd waxed turnip. Tn potato mantat waa tower with 75 pound, 10 pound and bushel offerings of highland stocks showing tn biggest leas. Applaa, AXA. Mcintosh bo. 4.75-8. CJl spy bu. 4.75-5, transparent bu. 9-5.90, clos be. 1.75-9, Red Aatrachan bu. 19 4, Melba bu. 4.25-4.50.

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