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August 21, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 18

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" rpmf f f yyf in mm mm mm w' wjeeaejeBaaeea '"'HTM ' I :, . ... ,: I. . ' ' ) 18 THE OTTAWA JOUEiN.Ji WUDAT, AUQUST 21. I9i By GUNNAR ANGUN WITH CASES OF "FISHING POX" WANING throughout the district as we slide gently Into the Utter half of August, the annual outbreak' of hunting fever can be expected to start - First sign that this pleasant, though incurable, malady is liable to reach epidemic proportions in short order is news from Lome Storey that the Civil Service RA Rod and Gun Club is going to hold the new season's first hunter safety training courses next wek. .-, , . c . Anyone wishing to tike the 'course and that applies to all those young hopefuls who want to get, their first gun licence ""thU Fall, can do so by reporting to the RA Centre on Riverside Drive it 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 26. J'.' .; . i j The lectures will take place on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights and the candidates will be required to write an examination on the final night to prove that they have i learned thoroughly the lessons on safe handling of firearms. ' j Fred Christie will be chief Instructor, with Storey usut-ing as well at Jim Cook and, i is expected. Wally Klages. These men are all qualified instructors, holding the Province of Ontario certificate. Candidates will be required to pay a (ee of S1.5Q for the course and must attend all three lectures. You can't get a 1964 licence unless you can prove that you had a licence In previous years, or can show that you have passed the hunter safety teat. Don't wait until hunting season opens, and then start trying to get into a training class. By that time all such courses will be overcrowded, so plsy it safe ' and get your name, ki right wav. ' ... THERE ARE STI1X plenty of big fish to be caught In the Rideau. Bill Workman of KemptvilK the "muskm king." pulled in at our cottage wharf Sunday afternoon with lunge In his boat that measured 42 Inches long and weighed 22 pounds. is ;;r?; .. That's a lot of fish, any way you look at it. ': : Nairn Grant told us the other afternoon of an American guest up at the , Pytonga fish and game club .catching a 22-pound northern pike. The fisherman bad wanted to get It mounted. ' but his better half insisted that they eat it. and that it had to be baked wih the skin on. . - , Maim also reported some excellent grey trout fishing in the upper Gs tinea u, with the fish not large but numerous. ; , "GO NORTH, YOUNG MAN fa the word nowadays to those who seek new fields of en deavor and that's what - Bob (Laurentian Trading Post) McDonald Is doing. . He baa fust returned from the James Bay area, where the trout fishing is beyond all imagination. He and bis pals found it. possible to catch their limit almost as fast as the fish could be hauled out So good, in fact, that Bob is going into s business venture In which Laurentian Trading Post. Major Rod Manufacturing Co. of Montreal and Northland Airways are forming a company and leasing aa area la the Ro gon River sector oa the seat coast of James Bay. - They are establishing a fish ing lodge for those anglers wbo like to really "get away from ,tt sir and are happy to go s long distance for really good fishing. The group la also get ting a goose-shooting range in the Rupert House area. : Sea SPK1WWWATK lor BOATS MOTORS SALES and SERVICE speed-o-matk: car wash MARINE DIVISION MB Moatraal Road 745-2122 White 1 SHIRTS 3.79 now S far IIjM Tip Top valutas tat Sparks straal. WM(a Sheaaeae fit , E TT S . Bkyde tS SPEED-. ; 5 ' 0M17ERS y 1 ,-, 1 , N 11 I ' J - - - -j ..A Solunar Tables By JOHN ALDEN KNIGHT The schedule' of Solunar Periods, as printed below, has been taken from John Alden Knight's Solunar Tables. . Plan your days so that you will be fishing m good territory : or hunting in good cover during these times. If you wish to find the best sport that each day nas to offer. Vm S-DST. Data ' : A at ' Aus- Day. Min. Mai. sa sua. 543 ii.se (00 a Hon. e.ao is is sso ta.so as Tiua. 7 jo i os T.4S las as wad. a.is t ee iu m ST Hum. no a js t so a so as rri. io.ee a.ts 'teas 4 10 " n- lia .e hjs a. 03 S Sun. ll-SS S 40 ( 03 A WOODLAND ODDITY was the albino red squirrel killed by a dog at Pembroke a few daya ago. It was s true albino. wun pink eyes, reports W. R Catton. "Generally speakina." oe says, "albinos lack the keen senses possessed by normal animals and this, coupled with their lack of protective color ing, makes them vulnerable to predators." .e... , a . ITS CONE COLLECTING time again, a.id the Pembroke office of. the Department of Lands and Forests is letting contracts for Jack pine, white spruce and basswood species. Anyone interested in earning romcy 07 prcauur cones snouia get in touch with , the Chief Ranger's ' office. Pumphouse Lane. Pembroke. . . THE FISHING IS GOOD up at Clayton- Lake, reports Kirby Graham, Sparks Street's veteran voice of the Anglers. A couple of his pals. Bob Guy and Dan HcGee were up in the Clayton area during "recent days and found : the base and pickerel biting welL t UK Soccer Scores LONDON (Reuters) Results of Scottish Football league matches played Wednesday night: . ' -v : 1 5 , - , Drvkuee) I ' Aberdeen 1 $L Mirren I . Clyde 1 Hibernian 3 Dundee U. 1 Partick 1 Falkirk ) St. Johnstone i , Hearts t Airdrieonians 1 Kilmarnock S Thd Lanark ! Morton 2 Dundee 2 Motherwell 1 Celtic 1 Rangers Dunfermline - ' Drrbiea U Albion 2 Ayr Alloa I E Stirling 4 Cowdenbeath I Arbroath - uumoanon a awnnousemuir Forfar Stirling 4 Montrose 4 East Fife 1 i. - Queen of S I Berwick 1 ' Queens Pk 2 Hamilton 2 , ' a- ' .- VI' I 1 t r. ' Jr M t , gr i V Puddicombe Only Canadian In Canadian Open Tennis By JEAN SOUTHWORTH ' of The Joavsal , The number of surviving Canadian players continued to dwindle yesterday as finals approached in the Canadian Open junior tennis champion ships at the Rideau Lawn Tennis Club. - ,- Bob Puddicombe of Van couver,, winner Of the Closed Canadian title, remained in the boys 18 singles along with Mexican stars Luis Garcia and Marcella Lara, and Armistead Neely of Tampa, Florida, the top-seeded foreign entry. rn the semi-finals, slated for noon today. Puddicombe was to meet Garcia and Neely was to take on Lara, the Mexican junior champion. . Puddicombe won 8-6, 4-6. 0-2 over Chuck Brainard of Ham- Iramck, Michigan, in a closely contested match yesterday. The Mexicans ' also knocked out seeded Americana, Garcia win ning 7-3, 6-4 over Tom Karp of Los Angeles and Lara f eating , -Turner Howard of KnoxvilleTi Terra, 6-4. 8-6. Neely beat unseeded Pierre Lamarche of Montreal 6-1, 6-4. The only Canadian to reach the semi-finals of the girls 18 singles was unseeded Iris Dick son of Montreal, formerly of Petawawa, who upset Maureen Watts of Vancouver 6-2. 9-7- Andree Martin of Montreal, the Closed Canadian champion. lost 6-4, 1-6. 6-0 to Louise Gonrwrman of River Edge. NJ, the second-seeded American, In today's semi-final matches Miss Dickson was to meet Susan Dykes of Hamtramck. the top-seeded foreign entry. and Miss Gonnerman was to play fourth seeded VfcU Rogers of Rye, NY. .' 4 . LEACH fN QUARTERS Otuwa's Terry Leach made the quarter-finals of the boys 16 singles when be defeated John Adams of Haverf ord. Pa, 6-2. 8-6 but he tost m the round of eight to John Hainline of Hamtramck. the top-seeded foreign entry. Score of the quarter-final match was 6-1. 6-4. ::' :. 1 Scott Dunlop of Ottawa lost 6-4. 6-1 to . Roger SkJllmga of Victoria, the Ooted Canadian champion, m the boys' 14 singles. .. '-'V, -Finals of the two under-12 singles events were to be play- ev WKmy - Jn the girls .event. 1 Amy Kiertania of Hamtramck was meeting Nancy . Ornstem' of Washington, wbo defeated top-seeded Christine "Plums" Bart-kowics in ' the semi-finala. - Meeting in the boys final were Alex Mayer of Long island and Harold Solomon of Silver Spring, Md. : A full program of finals is planned for Saturday. It is expected that the under-18 singles will be played in the early afternoon. ' Following are some of Thursday's scores: - ' ntovs la srxeus t.ial anats Bwk Fad ! ba. fa r, at. Chatk Bralnai. Hamlnaatk. a-S. 4-a. e-e: Una CI or la. Mexico. 4mt. Teat Kara, boa Aasatta. f-S, 4V-4; iUmlami t.V.VrtliLHtnl r . .' " t-r ' mm i- J r T Ntatr.i Tampa. M. Ptarra Tua-marcha. Monlraal. t-1. s-4: Mar-ealla Lara. Mexico. Oaf. Turnar Howartl. KnoxTUMl. S-4, S-4. . ' BOYS IS siNoisa raurth round Gaorea Taylor. Houston. af. unna Burr, tmoon. S-a. S-S: Nlaal UK Toronto, oaf. John Shoatm.a, PhiUulalpaia. 4-4. s-e e-i: Micnai Laaiane. aioni-roaL Sat. Maaoa Oarnart. York. Pa.. S-4. S-S: Mika Mullan. Phlla- avlpkla. Set. auuhaw Bailie. Pkua- aalohia. I-s. S-S: BtaDhua vetma. eat. waoaT Hama. ta rn. S-l; Sal. Patar Icharaaan. Moatraal. S-S. S-S: Tmr laaeb. Ottaara. eat. Soha Adam. Hawar- lord. Pa, S-4. a-S: John Halnlina. Haailramck. del. Ooa SMala, To ronto. a-0, e-l. .. iarar-naJl O. Ta'jrlot M. N. Haat S-e. e-4: B). Lab lane dal. M. Mullaa S-4. S-4: S. Vauna daf. W. Spanet s-4. e-4: 1. Haiallaa at. T. Leach, e-l. S-4 OVS 14 SINGLES Quartar-ansls A lax Maya. Lone latead. daf. Tom Suhar, SpriJieflald. a-1. a-S: Gaoraa Tay lor, Houaton. daf. John Aoaina, Haretford, Pa.. S-a. a-O: Bofar SkUUnaa. Victoria, daf. Scott Dun-tap, Ottawa, s-4. e-l: BJca reis man. Hamtramck. dcf. Brian Oott- Irlad. Capa Coral, ria, a-S. s-T, a-s. BOTS It StNOLBS ' Quarter-anala . John bavlt. Mantraal. daf. J. . B, Hamtramck. a-S. 7-a. Saml-aBala Harold Sokanoa Sllvar Sortna. Md. daf. John DarM S-a, s-0: Ales Mayor. Lane lalaad daf. Mark Landman. Ham tramck. a-S. e-l. - - OWLS ia singlss QuarWr-Snala Iru Dtduoa. MualraaL daf. Mauraaa Watt. Vaacoaaar. a-3. s-T: Suaan Dykaa. Hamtramck. daf. Nancy Craan. Toronto, e-l. S-S: Vtckl Rorara. ra. XV. dcf. Lindsay Watt. Vaa-eouvar. 1-S. S-S; Lotdaa Oonnar-man. Blvar Idea, MJ. daf. Andra Startla. Montraal. s-4.. l-a, S-e. - IBLS IS SINGLES ' -Conrua Caoosal. w-ldlatoam, Ohio. daf. Bally Joon-toa, Montraal. a-1. s-e. oiaLs IS SINGLES Quarlar-flnali Kane Law la Lane laland. dr. Kirta WIU, ciaraaoa. ore. e-a. e-s. e-a. ' l i k J . ' IS MINUTE INSTALUTION WORK GUARANTEED WHEEL ALIGNMENT Citd Huffier Service Ltd. Tit RIDEAU (near Kins; NO MILEAGE CHARGE PAY ONLY. THE GAS YOU USB V RENT-A-CAR SYSTEM OamATaO BV in i Saml-flnal Amy Kiartanl. Hamtramck. daf. Nancy Lewi S-l. S-S: Nancy Orn.taln. Waahington. daf. ChrlaUna Bartkowlca. Ham- tramck. e-l. S-4. BOYS IS DOUBLES Saoond round Chuck Brainard, John Halnlina. Hamtramck. daf. Nail McAfler, Graama Elliott, Naw ZaaUnd. B-S, S-S. Ouartar-flnala AnnliUad Naaly, Tampa. Tom Karp, Lo Anaalaa. dal. Bob Bardaley. Bob MoflaU. Vancouver, a-i. ii-a. - G1BLS IS UOUBLIS . '" Quartar-ftnall Marilyn Aaohner. Jamaica. NY, Loula Oonnarman Blvar Idea. NJ. , d. Bavarly Packard, Hewlatt NY. Kara Smith. Caldwell. NJ. e-l. OYS 14 DOUBLES -Cniartar-Anal Alax Mdyar. Long Island, Harold Solomon, Sil- aar npnna aao.. oai. acoit uun- (op. Ottawa, Joan uavia, aiontraai, S-S. S-S. . ..--rs . MIXED DOUBLES Second round Maine Barnett. Cras Harris. Edmonton, daf. Louisa Barry, Jim Hcrmlng. otuwa. ll-t Third round Meureen Watts. Vancouver. Tom Karp, Lot An- faiea. dal. M. Barnett. G. Harris 11-0: Robin La Monro. Bruc Brooks. Ottawa.- daf . rat Kirk-patrtek. Saakaloon, Gaorte Jacob asmaj ii-s. - . Name MVP Choices ' , ' Nominations for ' the Most Valuable Player award in the Ottawa ' Senior, Sportsmen's Softball League have been announced.- '".''V -' . : The nominees from esch club include: Lynn Dewsn, Doug Casselman (Hugh M. Grant); Pete Murphy,, Don Porteous (RCAF Uplands); Doug Milt- more, AI Carawell (Ottawa Gas); Guy Koyer, Yvoo Duguay (St. Joseph's); Gilles Tessier, Art Beaud-y (Interprovinclal Pav-mny, 4 Brian . Moore and Jack Gosselin (I. B. Purcell). Fres Installation MUFFLERS - SPRINGS SHOCKS 3 5 - .. Oa Edward) 23S-0S71-S aamOVS LTO. 4 ; ShS7 aBaw BT The ; IS ,. . . t. the big land , a, T7 OCX-Names Harold Scrim Director . Harold D. Scrim was added to the list of directors at the annual meetlna of I Ottawa Curling pub share- holders held Thuiwday. sta-aaaajieaj - ae i prajasaanva for another term was Alan Brown i with C Gordon Perry aa first vke-prajsldenL J. Keith Atvdersoa remains ss second vH-pnsldant and J. Howard Grills, tnaaurer. Reports were presented by G. Cecil MIUs, futance; C s "Tiny HafTaaaa, betue; . f. Keith FtTguscew property. Directors re-elected, weres Harold F. Attfleld. Alan Brown, 'Arnle BuMerworth. William Dover, t. Keith Ferguses, c B. Hermann, G. Cecil Mills, C Gordoa Perry, Lea 1. Rodger, D. Arthur SuttMriand, Eldora G. Wimperls. LOVE PRINTING SERVICE LIMITED uan rsprriNO bebvici LIMITED la p ! te sav awns the apaolnlaaaat af MR. PETEB KAKrUK te the saalUaB at Sale Mjuaaaar. Watt kawwa la Ottawa Raari. tM Cbelea, MB. KAEFVK iMks farward to rwwbtg asany Meavlahlps la his aaw paaittoa ia ties Oraatai Arts Field. .,.),- ; . RE-ROOF . - Specializing in -ASPHALT SKSGLQ " TAI AXD 68AV& tLPAIO CERJtY- i i ... s a, a i.e. w . kWYTKEI ' LUX IB Westera V 7bi-S7M Tclephont 722-3481 lilDEPEIIDEtlT ccitiu":tRcaim r2 I9SO SOOTT OTTAWA "Stores for Menw ft V - WsfUnftoa at HotUnd Kloaaai st Sussex ' Appointment . 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