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Friday, August 21, 1964
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VISITING THE 1 i CEIITRAL CANADA -V-.:'.- XT,'. , f EXIIIDITion f ' IBITIOII n 1 i ri;i.;a a? . . - Exhibit r ? Sr Je-- Our Featuring t CONCRETE STAVE SILOS SILO-MATIC UNLOADERS SILO-MATIC FEEDING SYSTEMS - Hit most modem equipment fof more profitable farming. , y ,.U ' CAMPBELLJOnD SILOS LTD. I PHONE-53-289o2, t i JOX 450; f . .; CAMPBELIFORD, ONTARIO 1 ; ( i SMOKE and WATER DAMAGE i t Contnucx Wifc OutitancMno; . I - . . Valuts at Both Locations !' .' ''. ;v f"- ' V I CmpT0 ik Pricet m Tkeie ftm fMSMfiltit ' 4-dbawsb cbsst . Cifl r MaaM, Sucest ar WeUrnt rtatik 9t)V' S-DBAWtsi CST ''5 MMK BlMaM at Wumt rtaiik .j MtAWIt CURST 1 ' ' .-f Maata, BlmM at WUaM natek s-oawi 0OVBLB VBCSStB 1 Mt, BIkbM at WUmt rwilik . ... $21.95 $23.95 S33.03 f- ' ' V :'-'' v.;., a J- COTTON MATTBMS 'J k:.i.v-t.";- itiJ a 4 ar Missionaries Elect Bishop Leguemer , Most Rev., Jules Leguemer, Vicar Apostolic of James Bay, who was coaeecreated tn Ot-taw two month ago, has been elected! aresidea! af the Oblate Father Indiaraad Eskimo Cemmtsskai. " ' ' ' Ht wa elected at a fneetmg of Oblate bishoos and Pro vincials Superior of Cattade held ia OtUwa this week to seek improvement m education, welfare and religious activities especially those affecting Eskimo and Indian children -sponsored and carried out by the Oblate missionaries in Can-ada.. ." t-j i 7 StMrfftr looth"- Every Day or Evening ia tb CUKW. i.;.;: stalldtoi FREE A Wonderful STAUFFII. TREATMENT; tlfur anals-ais by aw atasi apeeiaUats : ZEtGLER . ', Electronic reetals . ' an eiiwm your .... SMMr probleiiss ' V WlSk CMT " ' LANCASTER Of j : MONTE CARLO . Beauty Product .V to"" .' Now la ' Effect ... SPECIAL , 20 Treatments for , ISt SPARKS ST. 23MIU '4 - f in the pew vwmw ' V. r . - - -I 22 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL FRIDAY, AUGUST 21. 1964 3BjMtmtsfc.; A Garden of Flowers! To Beautifully Pave Your Way to The Curl-A-Drome Building present a vividly , colorful display of exotic plants and flower, some recently Imported from Jamaica. These Tropical and Domestic Florals can be adapted for Home or Office use by , FINE'S DESIGNERS. DON'T MISS THIS SUPERB EXHIBITS "EXHIBITION SPECIALS- At tsw Carl-a-Draaie ill 1 Leeaueaj RUBBER PLANTS Q 00 ' (Ftcae Decora) - ' Bushy Plants SO' to je- hub AFRICAN VIOLETS Mct4 VamtMt Abundantly Sloominf 99' 232 latS. 22t(Carlinf An. IhrtriMt DiIn 236-7261 722-4241 ) 1221743 IFJIPORTANT FOR FARMERS : .'J is- sniNS-mxSD mattbiss v-.-, - M PBINO.riLUO MATTBBM 517.05 . 7 , . .. Vt CONTININTAt BIOS. Ptmtmn nmt4 In Srt. mm4 SYtu-rilk MMMul, W Clfl AC . Sni Ttcklx. a Wt 9tlf ' MANY OTHtR ITEMS AT EQUAU.V LOW ICtS ?' . . i - . Take Advantagt of Our Loss and Says $ I FURNITURE ANO TV CENTRES - - JatT , Dyni - a I . ; ridays Tin smA NITI SHOPPING BARN center lower Aytmer aad oad v Opea Eveiitnfa 7 to It djb BIG TOP AT 'fX' Miniature Circus Of 36,000 Pieces Hey bds! ThtK a Big Top at the Ei this year! But it it only about IS inches hih. While workmen were struggling in intermittent showers on the grounds ol Laiudowne Park to erect a uper-collojal Midway for this, year's "Ex." John and Jan Zweifel were unpacking their "minicircus" from little boxes. It took them St hours to .put the SO clowns, J0 horses. 3.504 other animals and numerous wagons, tents, railway cars and circus people in position. But they were ready for the big opening this morning. And from now until the Ex ends a week Saturday ''The Biggest Little Circus on Earth" will be In full swing in the McElroy Building at Larsdowne Park. Mr. Zweifel was six-years-old when, as a boy in Evanstown, III. he started making tiny figures out of cardboard. Now, 21' years later, be has a miniature circus of M.MO individual pieces carved out of wood. He and hii wife carved every piece themselves. Assembled on a 1.000 loot area, the model is an authentic replica of the gigantic railroad circuses of the early 1900s. More than (0 motors turn the colorful tableau into a full . scale busting circus. This moming when Mr. Zwei fel pulled the switch, trapeze artists swooped under (the big. top, lions and tigers leaped through hoops, elephants bow. ed and seals bounced balls on their noses. IJtUt boys duck ed la and out under the circus tent, lights flashed on and off and the calliope whistled and pulled steam. There Is also a street parade and half - inch scale model train. i. There's more, too. And the whole "It acre" site can be seen in a few minutes by people walking around it It's the easiest circus ever on the feet. CYPRUS 'INTERFERENCE' Says French Criticism Not Aimed at Canada (By The CP) - External Affairs Minister : Martin said Thursday ha I confident that France's criticism of outside Influences la the Cyprus, situation was not directed towards Mr. Martin, replying to Oppo-sitMa Leader Diefenbaker la the Corn moos question period said France's diplomatic activ ity ta the North Atlantic Treaty Organization has been helpful. NATO interest to the Cyprus dispute1 was not an attempt to taterfere with : settlement at tempts through the .United Na-j inns,, aw waf a. legitimate m-terest ia a dispute between two of . NATO's members. , Greece and Turkey,' Mr. Martin added. ' Mr., Diefenbaker asked for a progress, report oa negotiations to obtain Wider power for the! UN peacekeeping force tn Cyprus, He also asked for Canadian reaction la a , call' by France for an end of foreign Interference m Cyprus.? i Mr. Martin said the situation In Cyprus has' Improved. Negotiations for augmented powers for the peacekeeping force are continuing. , Stuart Fleming (PC - Okana. gan-Rovelstoke) noted that UN Secretary-General U ThanKhas said that the UN force in prut may have to be withdrawn before Sept. 21 because of lack of financing. Mr. Martin said Canada and Ireland aro the only two mem hers of the fore paving their owa way. The voluntary UN fund was tt.m.frOS abort at money needed to pay for the contingents: of' other countries. Exhibition Program FRIDAY, AUG. 21 4 30-5.30 pro. NORAD Band. Bandshell. . 8-9.30. p.m. School Chil dren's, demonstrations. McEl roy ' Building... 6 30 p.m. Official opening by Prime Minister Pearson. sembly Hall. 7 p.m. Horseihoe competi tion, playground area. 7 15 -8 IS p.m. Rockcliffe Pipe Band, RCAF Trampoline Team, Bandshell. 7.30 p.m. Horse Show, Coliseum, t 8.30 p.m. Grandstand show starring Red Skelton. 8.45-10.13 p.m. NORAD Band, Bandshell. 10.30 p.m. Car draw. Band-shell. SATURDAY, AUG. 23 9 a.m. Gates open. 9 a.m. 4.30 p.m. Highland dancing competitions, Band shell. , 9 a.m. 12 noon Free ad' mission to grounds and grand-stand. ' ' 10 a.m. Judging Aberdeen. Angus, Hereford cattle, Coll scum. 10 a.m. Inter-City Parade leaves Hull Arena, following, a route to the Chaudler Bridge, Wellington Street to the War Memorial, NCC Driveway to the Exhibition Grounds. 10.30 a.m. Flotilla leaves Union Station along Rideau : Canal to Exhibition Grounds. II a.m. 12 noon Soecial. NORAD concert. Grandstand,-; 11 a.m. All buildings open.! 12. noon Parade arrives at I Grandstand. 1 p m. Clydesdales, light and heavy draft horsesjudg-ing. Coliseum. , Manufacturers .... Annex On Display v Modern Ga$ Appliances Modern r'K Hbmts HEY! " DIDXYOU KNOW YOU CAN TAKE x A WATER TAXI TO THE EX7X '- ' aaata teWecatttmeatUr I ia aiseNtraat: (It BOWS LABI BOATROtTSa til DOCK AT UNION STATIOW ( CAT I AT TBB U Ht SOME PARKING AVAILABU J Visit Our Exhibit t AT Tlil; CENTRAL CANADA MEX" I In the HORTTCW.TURAL BUILDING - ( ' V'y nd8sj--Onr DbpUy of - LAWN and GARDEN SUPPLIES v V, Including! ' - '. wwa I0U( TWCTOO . , UWI Mowm ' ' MOtRT MTOTIUI ETC 236-0454 ; 27 YORK ST. the ELEGANT ON DISPLAY i'V-i Si AT ' ' THE 'EX' !(. v.- '.: ; . V- (. .I- ' , c tT . V (Res . ';. 1-S.30 p.m. School Chil dren's demonstrations, McEl roy Building. 2 p.m. Horseshoe competitions, piayground area. 2.30 p.m. Grandstand show' starring Red Skelton. 4.30 3.30 p.m. NORAD Band; Bandshell. 6-9.30 p.m. School Chil-: dren's demonstrations, McEl-' roy Building. J 7 p.m. Horseshoe competi-! lions, playground area. ; 7.15-8 15 p.m. Rockcliffe .NUDISTS RAIDED SAINT TROPEZ (AP) - Beach police raided nudist hide- I outs along this section of the French Riviera Thursday and , arrested 21 men and. women on I charges of indecent exposure. ' Police said they acted after re- I ceiving numerous complaints I from oarents wluu rhiMrun I were at the. beaches. MANY SPELLING!! - spellings In ucb words as eye. The sound "I" in English aisla, buy, by. style, choir and Lis represented by 22 different Island. mm Mi Set Us At Tit Curl-O-Drom Building "Tkt t?rr Ctr ml Ik " Dealer, for i Harding, Kraus, B.M.K. Free Installation During Ex Week Ladin Decorama Pipe Band, RCAF Trampoline J""" "" ' """ 7.30 p.m. Horse Show, Coli- ! AGAIN THIS YEAR... seum. i 8.30 p.m. Grandstand show . starring Red Skelton. I 8.45-10.15 p m. NORAD I' Band. Barfdshell. I 10.30 p.m. Car draw. Band- I shell. 116 Lois St., Hull 205 IDUBn. flPPUflNCES LTD. 777-1657 OUR EXHIBITION VALUES ARE UNSURPASSED "See Our 'iy Under ike Grtn&tiani" ILwwJL 2334234 117 BOSQtll . 235-2070 CENTRAL CANADA AUGUST 2Tst to 29th - GENERAL ADMISSION TO GROUNDS, 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE - IN PERSON 3 PERFORMANCES ONLY I HI A GRANDSTAND SPECTACULAR , EVERY . PERFORMANCE , WEATHER-PROTECTEDI ; - NEVV COVERED STAGE and GRANDSTAND . i .. i. Plus the Fabulous BROOKS SISTERS nd NIP NELSON, M.C. . - TONIGHT - AUG. 2T - AT 8.30 i T SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT 2.30 SATURDAY EVENING, AUG. 22, AT 8.30 P.M. ADMISSIOnNuE SERVEtT TICKETS Evenings SS.00 S3.S4) S3.00 . Sl.SO Saturday Maitaee SX"0 1,M ' America's greatest cronRed 8kelton, In an all star extravaganza performances tnlu i Tliaa riMaiA rsf fiinh tmfnrrTattBSlal rhorirt af WHJ t A I lv V VtvVI VI QUVII WMiwsvavsseuv ms w,ww. ea J as Freddy the Freeloader arid Klem KaflWdlehopper, v brlntra vou one of the most dvnamie shows in Central Canada Exhibition history. Original music lsby Skelton. Tickets on sale at Lansdowrte Park ' of good teats still available. ""."THE' ' ' . ANDY WILLIAMS SHOW .' EVENINGS ONLY - Aujl4 thru Aug, 29 ADMISSION. RESERVED SEATS " SS.O - S2.I) . $3.00 Si.tO plus tht OSMOND BROTHERS This tf the show to delight every member of the family. Supporting . - ANDY WILLIAMS and the OSMOND BROTHERS, the talented BROOKS SISTERS are heart-steal-ers the moment they step on stage. Exciting thrills and the mad comedy of the AMANDIS combine with some of the world' finest precision acrobats. - The. HAL SANDS DANCERS provide changes of pace with their high s stepping production' numbers. . JOHNNY MATSON emcees' this stellar grandstand (how. RICHARD HAYMAN is musical director. ,-"1 . '" :t '? INTER-CITY PARADE - Aufj. 22 t-.', A aewaaw atiewav sitmu T AataarwiMia 1 Awrtca. N.w rta. tkai kav stem kf.ra ttti IB Ottawa . . . N.w SMw. .. . B.w Irawm . . . It', the M SmB la Matwara aa4 tt's tar anrrcaw. INTER-CITY PARAGE - Aug. 22, ; J Starta Satarear awnrtai at te "a-ai. "Bll aae au.r tkaa rata MailnlaB Sa tka araaae. aae sraaaiua as aatll IS '. aaaa. Th. NOBAD Baa4 win aatartala Iraai to aja. ... ... ;,... r TREASURE HUNT - Aug. 25 rc tka Mtot aa Laeira Bar. Bvery lay aMrp tat Ike iraa will k. (hra a aaaiacr. la aek at tk kaiMlaf. a tarr aamkw will ka Bans, LaSIM kavtas tka rarmaaaaiaa aasakat wUI wla valaaate prlasa. .. HORSE SHOW - Aug. 21 28 "t; PTaatr4 aa. k evnilna la the cethwaa. kws atari I.J. je. aaaiiai ai Aat. tS. at S.SS m. Tkrtlllaa jaais lUim Ti iUmi Tka NnM Skew Is aa vaaf axaiaiuaa utt. LIVESTOCK EXHIBITS alla.a .kaw rrMa. Bxaural harm . . , heap, haraaa, cattle, twtaa, karsaa aa pawltfs . v . latitat ever; 4a . .' . Baa Ska ttaaat easBuUc aatasab m kaatara Caaa4a aaacr Ike Beat U SvaikttMe saaeiMaas. ' . y Ri nenty CAR AWARD EACH EVENING ' ' Oa. ath altht aT the BaklklltM. Bvarr aeV lUwaa Utlil v. rtltlM to wla. Car re aaaaaec.4 fraai la. BaaSsktll IS.N ack malac. Tlckn kalar mm rUlaa car : M tour tkaa I I.N aai avtatat. (aa mm fcc aa tka iraaaas ta wat. LADIES' DAY - Aug. 25 All saei. aaiutc ta the treeae rna at fkarea aaui lee rra Cmli.t.a to .Mclal OraaSntaae lkka .kew aCr,e kr C. Caa !.".. m- . l""Ut Hi aa attract Km ak Taraaw, K.ka Tlacta B.ra. BBsaaakaaajB .EXHIBITION DISPUY HOME. A kcaattfai hMaa. falty raralabae tasatker a new car aware ta aaata tacky aenea. aaa care hr Oka Sklae Ctak.ef Ottawa. Tlekats atas- he aarchaa aa crawaC aal. ' STORY BOOK FARM fM; A lavattte tar the ckiMraa. to the stcSlie Balietai. AH tacata aeiaatat ktory haah laa taclaatai a Bathat rataaae aa bar has. - ,v j. ., ; EXHIBITS AND DISPLAYS vV; u ' awct rt.w. . . Bare r4 nkiktti pba S,-WI.S"IT " rarai MarkMarv VT. . kKl'U mil, drraa aa aarlh. Naiaa Mjiua.. . . .TV aae raeia k.w7?7. AcJU Eik.isr rr. mpmx n -

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