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August 21, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 21

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FRIDAY. AUGUST 21 PlfNfy FOR FREE Budget No Problem 1 For Visitors to 'Ex' , So you dont want to spend money but you do want to tee the Ex. , No problem. ' LADIES' DAY Han art come. of the things you can tee and do free once inside the grounds. Tuesday itl be ladies' day and all women will be admitted to the grounds free up to mid afternoon and given a chance to win valuable prizes free. Each woman is given a number in an envelope aa she enters the grounds and if she can match it up with a smiilar number somewhere on the grounds, she's a winner. The NORAD Band, made up of American and Canadian servicemen, will perform daily, afternoon and evenings, at the bandshell. No charge. - The popular Story Book Farm, with live animals malt ing up the pages,; will be set up near the McElroy Building. No charge. ' For infants there is a free nursery set up in the Horticultural Building, complete with free clean diapers. Older children, lost or separated from their parents, will be helped out for free f by the Boy Scouts. And if a day's activity at the Ex is too much for you and you need medical help, the St John Ambulance will provide it for free. The hundreds of .exhibits set up are also free. . All this for the cost of admission to the grounds, which gives a buyer eight chances to win new car. JAMS JELLIES MARMALADES for Real Home-Hade Quality 1 ' : f.V " t - ; Comt to J v''-' V BOOTH 30 AT THE 'EX' STAFFORD FOODS LTD. T0R0XT0 0.1TARI0 r HUUW takes the time to build the best jp' 4 or the Grandstand Bldg., , Exhibition Grounds for the REAL ROCK BOTTOM '':':vh.KHIITIONrpRICI$;-'.iM-i--i( ' v SPECIALS Philips Modef TO " '' 19" PORTABLE TV $199 ' - " 3-Year Warranty on Picture Tube " Philips Modal FU STEREO AM-FM $199 Philips The Orleans" French Provincial v STEREO , BuUt-la MulUples , , $299 - Met tin Um HiQlpc txcHuhr features :- ' - v MANY, OTHER EXHIBITION SPECIALS . (ClUMMn(E '- ELECTRICAL SALES LIMITED" . ;. . ; 221 Baak Street . t,.;.-"y ZS2-1MI y 'ftu Stort of Perianal Servicer Open Mo. . Fri. t to J p.m. Ooted AH Day Saturday TWO MILES LONG Giant balloons win be the newest additions to this year's Exhibit ion . parade, which organizers claim will have something to delight - - The giant balloons, some more than 30 feet long, are mainly animal designs. STARTS A.M. The parade will leave the Hull Arena at 9.43 a.m. Saturday and pick up several more entries -along the route to Lansdowne Park. . There will be floats, bunds, majorettes, clowns, calliopes and many . special, features. The parade proper is expected to be almost two miles long. Leading the whole parade will be four mounted RCMP officers, followed closely by Central Canada Exhibition Association executive bers and the mayors of Ottawa and Hull. The tail end of the parade U expected to be in Lansdowne Park by noon. Winners of prizes for floats, bands, majorettes and many other categories will be announced then. PARADE ROUTE The route the parade will take: ' ' Starting at the Hull Arena; down Eddy Street to the Chaudiere Bridge and across; Tag, Tie Children Scouts 1 Parents are being to tag or tit their children during the Ottawa Exhibition this year. i-r Boy Scouts who operate the Lost Children's . Tent each year at the Ex will provide tags designed to be . pinned on children's doth ing giving their names, addresses and phone numbers. .. Last year more than. 1,200 children went through the Boy cout tet to- find their parents. On one day alone 500 were entertained in the tent while waiting for their parents to pick them up.. ' With, the Ex starting to-day.;: the Ottawa District Council of Boy Scouts offers this advice . in addiUoo to "tagging-, ' "Small children should be kept on hameaa or ' in go-cart; "On entering the grounds, point out the Scout Tent to the children with the under standing that - If they ' do become separated the parents will pick; them up at the tent; ' ? .. "Before' leaving horn -Instruct the children to go to the nearest Boy Scout or policeman if they become lost- - The Lost Children's Tent is located at the Bank Street entrance to the Ex grounds. LARGE POSSESSION Mozambique in East Africa is Portugal's second largest overseas possession after An gola. ' TRAVELLERS INCREASE The number of commuters in and out of London grows by Am eacn year. - APPLIANCE DISPLAY - i--T rv ' .- ; Manufacturers Building -Exhibition Grounds : : MOFFAT RAKGES f EASY VASIIEnS KELVIN ATOIl REFRIGERATORS Special Prices : Terms Hardware and Appliances tit RICHMOND RO. : 722-4114 "Seryce AHtr tne SaU" , THE OTTAWA JOURNAL 21 Giant Balloons Parade Feature. Duke Street to Wellington, picking up waiting sections as it goes along. Up Wellington to Confederation Square, then down Elgin Street to the'Drlveway. Then down the Driveway to the Exhibition Grounds. In a long-range forecast the weatherman is promising sunny akiea for the parade and temperatures that may reach 70. But. he warns, it may cloud over later in the day- ft may even rain. IT'S BEEN A PLEASURE! COLONIAL FURNITURE - 403 Bank Street - Open Tonight Til 9 EARLY BIRD Choosing a state bird Is a modern American custom which originated with Kentucky adopting the cardinal in 12,- SPACE STATION Britain's space communica tions station at Goonhilly. Cornwall, is -to be expanded at a cost of $4,500,000. EARLY ENGINE The first Industrial plant built exclusively for the manufacture of internal combustion engines was erected in Cologne. Germany, in 1M4. Ragweed pollen sufferers are at their worst when the "dog star" Sirius rises with the sun the so-called "dog days." i W art proud and happy to havt boon selected to completely furnish . SHRINERS' EXHIBITION DISPLAY HOME . Living room, dining room, bedroom pieces from Colonial's Scandia. Gallery have been selected by Mrs. Stuart - Kotze, Colonial Furniture's Decorator Consultant, for this year's Shriners' Exhibition Display Home. Gay hues combined with functional furniture give it the look of today with a touch of tomorrow. We think you wiU like It. All furniture and furnishings in the display home are available at special sale prices during Colonial Furniture's annual storewide Exhibition Sale. Visit Colonial's Scandia Gallery 403 Bank St. at Waverley for the latest Scandia designs in genuine teak. irnim juduwdlsLrd - ' - ' ' " ' Herd's orat way to Join in the FestrvallTakofiv for , for yourself: Celebrate Labatt's Summer Festival of Canada fastest-growing ale -Labatt's "60" Ale I ... f lavxurwKharefreshingbottleof"50"Ale-oneoff Refreshing? You bet I , i . . -j : ' ; grealUbattLxevvs for summer "oVVIFcr the flreatest e "60" is the ale.to start with . . , and stay wKhl See A taste variety in beer, look no further than Labatt's. v s a a ka at a si s ki s it Skak d AsWat a aeva,g e. ea sk At Ma es ajn us a at asttk e a a a sVkiauan , -: tNJUTLANAUlAN rKU rUUISALL UM I V BKUUyn I IU TUU BT LA DA I I ' k) a. 1 1 i - - suseaksisssxJasX'SsejtelgSul

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