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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 30

Ottawa, Canada
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Wednesday, August 19, 1964
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1 ! '. i. :1 i ! ! i i ) j . 1 It It : I 30 ANN Dear Ann: I read the letter Irom the woman who signed herself "Afraid" and perhaps I can add a word of encouragement. As far back as 1 can remember, 1, too.- had an absolute terror of childbirth. Whenever 1 encountered, a pregnant woman on the street even a total stranger I'd actually break out in a cold sweat. I'd visualize all the agony and suffering that poor woman would have to face. It almost made me ill. When I married and became . pregnant my attitude began to change. My husband was so considerate and -kind, and we wanted a child to badly, that I decided no mat- . ter how painful It would be worth. It. Toward the end of my pregnancy my fears dls-appeared completely. My doctor promised me that my husband would be by my tide, the whole time and this gave'' Exhibition Coiffures Gratis ' A new twist hat been add- ed to the Central Canada Ex-: hibition and this time it's to - -your hair. Women who visit the Exhibition will be able to arrange for fro wave-set or shampoo. This service is be-' ing given at the Department of Labor hairdressing exhibit in the Ontario Government . display. : -The women of Ottawa and . district can combine a hair perk-up with information, for the hairdretting display it being put on by the Apprenticeship Branch of the Ontario Department of Labor to acquaint the public with the training in hairdretting offered k by the Ontario Government The apprentice hairdressers ' rendering the service will be under the watchful eyes of qualified supervisor from the hairdretting training program : of the Apprenticeship Branch of the Ontario Department of Labor. --. Thar are many opportunities for qualified hairdressers in the province, and this is a chance to learn about them and at the same time get a hair beauty treatment The Central Canada Exhibition Is being held at Lantdown Park August 21 to 29 in-. elusive. MULTIPLE BIRTHS In 1M1 there war 100 births recorded of triplets and almost 10.000 sets of twins.' ' . i Stop HAY FEVER SUMMER ASTHMA fto kMrf-tK nHof trt towtnf. Irani coaftunfl. fnng ana wmw km. fram mki. achy. our tr. 1 hovna of Mbtf Nlmn uk T cttiKtfti SA-MAH Caw tot fM. mhj ralHf. Yaa loo,ftaW comfort. ltoS of yvwr wmflu but wwh no rowiwMW during i vm day. Fori better, work tttMn Ucco WtKr. CM XAZ-HAH Guy. l ! ; SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE AT Me CtitMHT Psrkiat . a aajr Smmi Let , 147 BJDEAU ST. . TflDI III FBI con IMTI Kl STYLE! FBI JACKET 59s0 amsssnm DWORKIN FURS LTD. 13 Ridettt, Ottawa . '" ' ) mm ' ' MM kMkM. . l as t . G'E'H MtV ATS PUT. STOBB ff y IMPlOTtTJ 1460 Mtrrtih lW .. 729-1441 - ;. : I (at Btuolta ,' A T LANDERS 12.30 to 9 to 9 " y i i t " ""i 1 m m y w w V . v Finds Childbirth Fear Unfounded me added strength and courage. Well, Ann, my delivery was a breeze the doctor said it was normal six hours of labor and I can truthfully say it was not bad at all. When I think of the years I suffered fearing and dreading the unknown I could kick myself. VICTORIOUS. Dear Vlctarioua Hoeray far yeu and tkankt fee terrific letter. ' . -.- ( Dear Ana laaderet That column' of yours which appeared back while included one of the dumbest pieces of advice I've read In a long time. You told wife the should move into; the "guest room , until her husband .decided to put hit hunting dog out of the bedroom and . into the basement or on the back porch. A man can get himself a VJOr.lEN r-miuvrmr am rtt Wl Hears Centennial PR Officer - : "Let's remember the physically handicapped in, our , Centennial festivities," urged ' Mr. Gil McDermott, public relations officer with the Cen-. tennial Commission in Ottawa, while addressing more than 200 members of the Federated Women's tutitutes of the North Lanark Chapter at Haydon Farm Tuesday. ' Mr. McDermott suggested that when the Confederation Train, or Caravan arrives In their area In 1967 It would -be i good gesture on the part of the women If they would consider taking the responsibility of seeing to It that the physically handicapped of their Immediate locality were escorted 'through this mobile exhibit, which will depict the story, of Canada. Mr. McDermott commended the members of the Institute on their Centennial program saying that reports indicate that their "Make Canada Lovelier" project had captured the Imagination and enthusiasm of all provinces. ' This rural beautiflcation pro-. , gram Is expected to be a tremendous success, . Birthday Club r AUGUST 19 .v-.i.';'.; Karen Ann Relet, age 8. TJU Journal, V ' ; . Btrthder tm, - ' OtUwt, Ont ; . Plats iwroO at 'j Tk$ Journal Btrthdof dub. , ftarg old on ......... n ... 4ar499f osaiffttaseitaabai ...- - . PLEASE PRINT NAME nut. Mom: aot bo autotnaueallr torrtot lorwtl ymrnr b mt. thtr Mil bt eurlod mt-rnrn coopoa k M k rtl) h d-mm Uvtliis art mtittft tuumm is ana rouaear.) ' -. FAMILY DEFECTS BRUNSWICK. West , Cer many (Reuters) A 45-year-old East German led his. two daughters, aged 9 and .' II, across the border Into West Germany near her Sunday, and returned to get his 31 year-old wife the next day. police said Tuesday, v Shop ' Friday Buimi' 111 wife by' just letting it be known be is interested. A good hunting dog costs at least $200. . If that husband Is smart he'll let hut wife sleep In the basement or on the back porch. The dog might catch a' cold out there. -FREE AND HAPPY. " Dear Free (and werth every penny ef It): I have tags far yea frem the wives ef America. Plaaae stay single and make seme nice girt very Today, Tommy delivered 82 morning papers. He swam half : a mile, hit a homer j had pedalled his kid brother his music lesson. - Does suaTWhen he svallo7G a bottle of cola? Does fa fish need water?; i "i Sugar in his soft ; I drinks is more than , .sweetness. It's an fit r important source of food energy in.a well-planned diet. Quick food energy. Something to go, go, go on; b SUGAR'S GOT WHAT IT TAKES :.,18 calories per teaspoon and ifs all food energy v THE OTTAWA JOURNAL Job Advice TORONTp Job counselling will be available to every woman who attends the Canadian National Exhibition this - year. The Women's Bureau of the Ontario Department of Labour will have a job counselling and employment survey booth in the Queen Elizabeth Building at tb CNE, Individual counselling is not a regular function of the Women's Bureau, but through this service at the exhibition, the bureau expects to learn ' great deal from women about their views on employment . Women of all ages -are ' expeclsdJuid encouraged to . visit the booth, but it is very likely that many will have passed , their 40th birthday. .ox-)iyiHW aawMiiiitiiMt V this bundle of energy need '"lit- sir.. ' ) at Exhibition in Toronto Women In the 43-69 year age group. In addition to being' one-third of all women who work, are in the age group which has shown' the greatest proportionate Increase in workers'sinc 1950,. The "Women's Bureau Tim assembled information cover- ing Job description qualifl-' cations and training. An ex-. perienced staff will do the counselling and conduct the . survey. Job training, day car for children, reasons for wanting a job and means preferred for finding a job art some Items on which information or opinion. will be sought, r " NEW PAMPHLETS . Three new pamphlets have been especially prepared for J.! 0-4i augar information, this project: "How to Find the Jb You Want."1 "Who Are 'Ontario's Working Women." and a pamphlet describing the services of the Women's Bureau of the Ontario Labour Department . ' Among the statistics given in the second pamphlet are the following: The average working woman Is age 37 and married; nearly a third ' are over the ag of 49; more working women are over 35 than under; Ontario's 763.-000 working women make up 29 of the province's total labor force. ELDERLY WOMAN Anna Arutyunlan recently eel ebrated bar 113th birthday Armenia. Her sister lived to 120. . a fight, j to 'f inc.-tanada ... . V in to Mrs. Affleck ;(.. '.- WEDNESDAY! AUGUST 19. 1964 Entertains For Daughter I Mrs. R. W. Donald Affleck Entertained at a tea In honor Of her daughter. Miss Ann Affleck, whose marriage takes place Saturday. Pouring were Mrs. A-Csmpbell Ewart, Mrs. John D. Affleck, Mrs. Joseph C Mahoney and Mrs. Jean Adamton. Those assisting were Miss Frances Smith. Mrs. Donald K. Forrest, Mrs. Richard B-Crossley. Mitt Helen Zimmerman, Mist Janet Holmes and Mitt Elizabeth Affleck. Nine out of 10 Canadian births take place in hospitals- corn- pared with one in four 30 years ago. ? " r EQUAL PAY Eight of Canada's 10 provinces, all but Newfoundland and Quebec, have legislation requiring equal pay for women doing the same jobs as men. For all your knitting needs KKiniSuCEKTRE (Ctatr TrteaO Over 10.909 Varieties of IMPORTED KNIT 1 ING YARNS 111 BlM rnrlpol(Ula SO Hull m-esii - ist DiihoMta (" aisti) Ottawa -i-il ill ov-aav , " HOLT RENFREW Ik 1 1 UW b ywn pmmkt . , . UAti If I. L'l agrUbla npaldloirat tnieii,i sudtai tarrier for om 12S jun. 188' Queen Street .. : . , NOTE TO MOTHERS' How much food energy does yourxhild get j, rom .the synthetiti sweetener in bottle' of diet ofr drink ? Exactly none. And how much food energy docs he need f You tell us j and ask yourself if you're doing him a ' ' favour when you stock the refrigerator with ' no-sugar soft drinks. He'll drink themhis thirst craves anything that's cold and wet. But if you want him to have food energy he needs, you'll bring home t,he kind with sugar. r days ' 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. ii..'- "t .V. mum -A If' it Hi sfci sHiO .X. a a. a. a sv . -y- m. y p.m.

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