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Monday, August 17, 1964
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MONDAY, AUGUST 17. 1964 ImmHmmmmmmammmmmmmi i imin i if u .mm ' - it wu.. i m,mt :r iw - k ! v - NO EASY Mri. Ollie Timmina. biscuits, i Mrs. Timmips had many delicacies to judge.,' and must have found it difficult at timet to make the flnai decision, a : ' :' - .V 'i CroMs at ii Increase 20 Per Cent P. I., - , s - . .JCi'h l per cent, increase Bv attendance over lait year and a record number of entries, the 1M4 Navan Fair; which ..cams to a close Saturday night. Wa declared by directors and 'public a decided success. The fair, the'ltth held by the Oqnbermmt' Township- Agpicul-tira Society, chalked up an attendance of 1,404 persons. ?TWO DAYS , . " " 'Suiting on Friday the fair ."'continued at top speed until late 901 U6U NOTICE TO CREDITORS la UM UU of eereoa AtrkJeea, etiaona havin elalaw eaainet h eetot of Oordoa AtchUon, rial of MM Townehlp of Ooulburn. .'Cowltjr ( CM-lofon. hnini. who '. 'ata on or about tM sard ear of . -Joly. 1S. oro hrtby not U wo to ' aond portleulMS ol ombo to tho WMtoralfM on or htforo topwav hr 13th. ISM. ottor which mf Uw ootalo wilt ho aiotrnrntoa. with raard onto to lh etatnu ol whlh C na tho wdrilenl " i uim Shot ohli aol th Mw ttee at OtUw tn14th dur at Anguot. IS04. r MAIKlAJtrr ATCHISON. , ir.: Admtntttrttor . : Hot aoUclton horoUi. ATOMIC ENERGY OF CANADA JJM1TED H-COMMERCIAL rRODUCTS - OTTAWA ONTARIO TENDER t-: Fof Coaatraetloa of j?' Enginawring PweHictloij Maaufaeturing Plant and ! cs . . Office Building t lM tendon aodrMnJ . ionaor Contract C-SS-iac , ' " tor Mnu(cturtna Flsnt an Offteo ulldlnf '""' C'.tolvcd vnttl S Sj-Da.T. , . , C tantMBt Itv ISS4 CrYdrt will no .n"! ' r ...iHiita on. tho tondor - rhMd and In ocwdonM with tho torms and eondltlonj Ml . forth thonln. rmtlona and tondor forms wui ho -1 .i.i. Aumtnatlon of suh- , controeton nd m.toruil "'" . tk. Bulldon bctianso. t w. tewa. Toronto and Mohtraal. 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' ro. rfcm as, " Ottawa, Ontario ' C DECISION ' iudee in the home-cookinc (Journal Photo bj Dominion WHer Navan Fair Saturday night with the official opening ceremonies being par- tprmad Saturday afternoon by Mrs. Frank Ryan. - Mrs. Ryan told the fair-goers she was pleased "to be Invited for myself, not because I am my sister's sister or my bus- band's wife.. ... ' "I am happy to have people know what it is like to be .Caught in the middle between my sister and my husband now that they are publicly arguing over the proposed coliseum in Ottawa. she continued. . 'Now people can see what life has sometimes been like in my family." she told the gathering. After she had declared the fair open, judging of the record entry of cattle, bones, sheep, swine and produce continued. TOP EXHIBITORS ' S George Watson' and Sons, of Sarsfield, were top exhibitor in the heavy horse class with the Mode Brothers, of . Vankleek Hill, taking honors in the light horse and pony classes. In the Black and Whit tioL stein competition Percy Smith, of Navan, had the grand champion, male, with Claud Dutriae of Orleans, showing the reserve grand champion. Fred Cane ad-den, of Russelt, exhibited the grand champion, "female, and Sam Rathwell, of Navan. had the reserve grand champion. In the Ayrshire Judging, Edwin .Williams, of Cumberland, took top honors with Sidney Mode, of Vankleek Hill, second. D. A. McPhee, of Vankleek Hill, was Judged the top poultry exhibitor with Sharon Johnston, of Navan, second, r Top honor in the sheep and swine judging went to Cecil Acres, of Vernon. Albert . Belan- ger, of sarsfield, was the top chess exhibitor. . Of the IT entries la the Pony Show, held Saturday night, Linda Rivington, of Navan, took first place. --; '"-.. pttdwevArea Deaths DORIS JANE GUTGN VRD, 74, 27 Sunset Boulevard. OtUwav-M ., '-" - MABEL ISABELLA DORE, 58, 43 Groavenor' Avenue, Ottawa. GARNET ROWE, 78, Rica-vill. , ELEANOR NELLIE LAUGHUN. 78, in OtUwa, Interment WaWata, Sask. . JAMES . WAITERS, 78, Dunrobin, Ontario: ' ROSA SLATTERY, 74. 57 Cambridge Street, Ottawa. JOSEPH COSGROVE, 54, Of Buckingham. ' ' ' MRS. VICTOR L SHARPE, 77. housewife, of 363. Huron Avenue. ' MRS. GERALD ALLEN. 59, housewife, of 129 Apna Avejm. . v Journal Wsnt quick result. Ad bring Man Injured On Runaway Motorcycle BUCKINGHAM (Special) A father of four children U in serious condition In Ottawa General Hospital following a motorcycle accident hart Saturday. . ,. Jean-Paul DAoustJ 27, of Pine Street. Buckingham, ts- ceived a broken right leg, right hip and internal Injuries. ' The accident occurred at 1.45 p.m. while Mr. D'Aoost was riding the machine he had bought Friday. Buckingham police aaid the throttle stuck and the bike went out of con trol, jumped a sidewalk, went between tree and telephone pole and bounced off a fence. He lumped off the motorcycle just seconds before it crashed Linto a verandah. The Injured man was taken to St. Michael'! Hospital by Vincent Brunet Ambulance. He jvas later transferred to Ottawa General Hospital, - v : Buckingham Police Chief Albert Didier Investigated. AT PERTH SCHOOL THE OTTAWA JOURNAL 31 Cornerstone Yields Historic PERTH (Special) When town workmen were removing stone,' following . demolition of the old Foster Street Public Schoool, a lead boa was found when the corner stone was brok- ln the box was a copy of the Baiburst Courier dated Aug. I. ISM; a Perth .Courier and Perth Expositor dated May IS, 189. There wer also To- Daily Mail and Empire and Toronto Globe dated May 22, in. Sveral silver and cop per coin wer included in the find. The -metal bog was originally in the 1U2 corner stone and when the new wing was build in ISM, the box was moved to the new,? corner stone, oocumeoii and papers will be handed hvtr to the Perth museum. . y A well preserved scroll was found in the box showing names of building committee, trustees and contractor. Enrolment of the school la Cdrletbh Place Crash Injures Four CARLETON PLACE (Staff) Four parsons," thre of them from Otuwa, were Injured Saturday afternoon m a violent two - car crash at. the intersection of Highways 7 and 2. Inured wer - Miss Margaret Alice Kinsella, M. 77 Renfrew Avenue. Ottawa, dirver el on of the ears, forehead and left knee lacerations; passenger in her car, Mrs. Maureen Ryan, 4a. 7 Smlrl Avenue, Ottawa. fractured leg. forehead lacera tions: Mrs. Dorothy Eleanor Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, driver of the other car. slight concussion and a sprained neck; and a passenger In her car. "H",' Ottawa,, severe faemkb "H". Otuwa. 'severe facial la cerations and bruise. - The Parker girl was thrown out of the car following the impact and waa trapped under the right front wheel ot the Ful-ford car until passing motor ists freed her. -.I-.. . -.- Police said the Kinsella car was westbound of Highway 7, the Fulford vehicle, northbound on Highway 21. ,.'' The Ryan woman waa trans ferred to Ottawa Clylc Hoa-pltal; Miss Kinsella. rrated at Carleton Place HoepiUt and released. The other two are patients in Carleton Place Hoe-pita!. ' ' - - t ; '-' ' The intersection, aitnougn wen marked, ha been the scene of numerous accidents. OPP Constables Dave Brown and Athol Smith from Perth bv veitigaied. '-' ''' Convertible Crash At MerrickyiHe Injures Two : MERRICKVILLE (Speclal)- Ah ead-onc ollislon near nere Saturdays entt woy oung men to hoaoital. Thrlr can. both emvertibles. wer demolished John Cuslck, 2J.I ormertyo f Merrickvillea nd nowo t Williams Street, Smiths Falls, went to St. Francis Hospitali Smiths Falls with leg, kneea nd rib m- turies. ' . Jimmy Jodway. 22,o ( -Mer-rtckvllle. only bruised, waa re leased fromt he tarn hospital Sunday. Both war driving alone when the accident happened on Highway 43. on quarter mH north of here. : ATPRESCOTT ShipWithLegs Gets Christening PRESCOTT. Ont. (CP)-A boat with "legs" was christened Saturday by the ftderaJ trana-port departments The lot-foot marine agency tender Is fitted with spuds that can be lowered like giant legs to the bed of a channel. In that position the vessel will provide a rigid platform for work in. shallow water and strong currents. The spuds can be used in depths up to M feet. , The vessel wss christened Kenokl. an Indian word mean ing "long-legged crane" She will operate in lakes Erie and Ontario, and in the Detroit and upper St. Lawrence rivers. COLORFUL SIGHT The Pepartment of Transport marine agency docks presented colorful picture on Saturday afternoon with ships operating as tenders from Beauharnois to Sarnia moored at the Prescott dock and decked out with a wealth of bunting. ers ISM was 477 with a staff of 10 teachers 'and Principal M. M. Jacques. The rpincipal at that time tracieved SI. MM per term while teachers' salaries ranged from KM to MM. Pap in building a successful gin - and t r ; , uilbey . .", . The Kenokl is the third tender to be added to the marine-agency fleet since the opening of- the St. Lawrence Seaway. It joins the veteran tender the CCGS Grenville in aids to navigation services in this area. Mr. Dorothy Barrick. wife of the . department's district marine agent. J. S. Barrick, broke the traditional bqttle of champagne across the bow. Kenoki's captain is John Ben nett, of Ridgetown, Ont., who has been engaged in the service of the marine section of the Department of Transport for two years. Free Freighter ; East of Cornwall CORNWALL (CP) Two tugs freed the freighter New Brans- wicker today after bargest removed wheat to lighten the ship during the weekend. The freighter ran aground in the St. Lawrence Seaway near Summerstown. 11 miles east of here las' Wednesday. The freighter was bound from the lakehead to Montreal when she was grounded. It is owned by Papa Christidis Company Limited of Montreal. . ROME (AP) The Interior Ministry has assigned 1.000 patrolmen in I. MO cars. 3. MO motorcycles and helicopter and at electronic control points and afoot for highway safety duty during the August "ferragosto" holiday period. Some sins have rather s London Dry has the Gilbev's UNIQUE GRANDSTAND PERFORMANCE Women Steal Arnprior Show ARNPRIOR (Special) The directors of the Arnprior Fair have posted another "first." r When President Miltoa Symington and Secretary Norman McLaren signed up the six Women's Institute of the district to stage the. grandstand amateur show fdr the grand finale of the 1N4 fair, they knew they bad an "original" but they did not realite the real entertainment potential they had captured. A packed grandstand Saturday applauded the women who organised af first rate show. HUSBANDS TOO Pepped up by the all-woman band from the Whit Lake In- JAMES ROBERTS, ad- inistrator of Pembroke Cot-, tag Hospital, who has been granted statu of member-, ship in the American College of Hospital Administrators. ( ) divulge the 5 vital strong: rkvouring. Others are utterly tasteles perfect balance for mixed drinks. A dry flavour that , Has been the international favourite since f'l Hi...... ..L . . . . . . .. 1 1 1 ... .?!', .... , e . .- 1. Be liberal with the ice in your gin-and-tonic. Three cubes, at least, to a tumbler. When the rammer beat la particularly oppressive, chill with enukrt ice, a whol gUst fuL BrTrrrrravo. ' : ' ' , 2 xv. . ' tf.AiV.-aj , Don'f sft'r. All you do is waste bubbles. . S. A slice of lime on the edge of the glass, or immersed. ... It adds colour and a touch of tartness. (Lemon is also acceptable.) . ! r;-. 1 stitute. theishow got away to a good suit. The women talked their husbands into putting on clown acts to enliven the show, but the women wer "boss" of this endeavor. Mrs. Ken Fraser, mistress of ceremonies, kept the thow moving while members of the Galena, Arnprior. Braeside, Lome Sutherland. White Lake a ad formed. Director of provincial fairs for the Department of Agriculture. F. A. Lashley of Toronto, was present and had words of praise for the unique endeavor by. the ladies. While the overall attendance for the three - day fair was down. Secretary McLaren was pleased with exhibits in all classes. He said there were J more exhibitors than last year. "real good mad horses, and she finest pony classes the society ever had." In the pony race for children. Edwin Devlin, If of Carleton Place was totted from bit cart when hit pony beceme Jittery and ran away. The boy was not injured. 04Judg;ng in various borse clas with the big winners being P. M. Turner. Almonte, Lome Mahon and Sun Collins, Ren-Mahon and Sun Collins, Renfrew; Maurice Douglas. Mario-tick; Scott Jamet. Stittsville, and John Sheridan. Sterling. In the 4-H classt. Vost Crazier and George Early, both of Renfrew, were major winners. In the harness racing free-for-all class. Bob C- Gratun, owned and driven by J. A. Reynolds, was first. Children Throng To Knock Shrine BUCKINGHAM (Special) J Almost 3.000 children made their way to Mayo, Quebec. Sunday to take part in the an-1 nual pilgrimage to our Lady ! of Knock shrine at Saint Malachy's Church. The annual event. ha been' growing in importance for the' past nine years with pilgrims, Coming from as far away as the United Sutes. Religious ceremonies started at noon with Mass being said by Most Rev. Joseph R. Windle. auxiliary Bishop of Ot- 1873. Quite a long time. LV'-cscv uwa. who also preached the msin sermon. 1 The early part of the afternoon was Uken up with confession, private devotion, visit to the shrine; and the station of the cross. ! ; ' , '. - Bishop Windle gsv his sec ond sermon at 4 p.m. and said a Mass for the sick. The day's proceedings came to a do with a torch tight procession i the parish cemetery .followed by the benediction of the blessed sacrament. - tonic .2. Add Gilrxiy' London Dry Gin raf, T-' V,. , 3. Pour in the tonic, $lowlt down the side of the glass, so . , you don't waste the lively efTetescence. Don't slosh tonic ' ..' on the ice. t ' A gentle reminder: nrrtr make it gin-and-tonk;' without - Cilbcy'a London Dry. It doesn't dominate your drink at . some gins da Always look for the bottle with the r shaped label (above). ' i . i , ' ' ';;- - - ' ".. . r-' V.:v V.'U iv- . v., , .., . .. ;'V if

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