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Rain Fails to Hamper Events At Merrickville Fair MERRICKV1LLE (Suit) - A contiaual driule of rain plagued tventi but failed to dampen the tpiritt of thoM attending the 13tth .annual fair of the Merrickville Agricultural Society Saturday. ..j, While the rain cancelled a ball tournament it failed to keep gat receipt down according to fair, secreury-tressursr Marvin M.' Bakar and president uri. Harold Richardson who said she was "pleased" with the exhibits and crowd despite the bad w father Tot lair wss officially open sd by public school inspector John H. Crammond formerly of Smiths Falls and now of Perth County. Taking part in opening ceremonies were Mrs. Richardson, Fred Cass; MLA, for Oren-ville-Dundas: and Harold Kidd, whose father the Ute T. A. Kidd was (air president M years ago. Mrs. George Wedds, the former Jean Casselman, Mr tor tiren- ville-Dundas waa also ft ttendJjeHyJaBjjrfwUle three anee. . The fair brought back fond memories to H-yeer-old Simeral Joynt of Merrickville who Is the only surviving director of the 1114 lair board SO years ago. EST. BABY 1 Gregory McLinlon, IS-month-old eon of Mr. and Mrs. Keith McLlnton. 11 River Street, Smith Falls pieced first in the baby show Saturday afternoon; Wendy Weagle. U months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Weable. RR3. Brockville, was second and Hope Mott. and a ball months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Mott, 114 Lanark; Smiths Falls, was third . , t On of the highlights to the community centre hall where a cepacitycrowd gathered was an antique display ffnveneu y 2Z?2ttZlZ Whitla and Col. D. Douglas The lair came to a close Saturday Bight with a dance in the community centre. Following ere the result: V- Cattle sbswt Novice das -DcSald Hunter, placed first in the piecing and showmanship class. George Seguln, second; David Seguln, third. Second m showmanship was Donald K. Hunter and third, John Seguln. '. HebtekM Gail Suddabby had two first, one econd, two thirds'. Reg Snow do" and Son. MerrlckvHIe. one tirst; Donald Hunter, one first, two seconds, youngest exhibitor David Seguln, RRJ, KemptvUle. . Ayrshlree Jobs L. Seguin, eight first, one eecond; Eric Buckingham, one second;, Gail Suddabby, one third. There were m Jaraev entries. ' ' Merrickville 441 east eh Junior Ayrshire I. Gilbert Seguln. Oxford Mlllr.l. PhiHip Seguln, Jr.. Oxford Mills; . Jeanne Seguln, Ayrshire Senior Elaine Seguln; lJiEric Buck' ingham. RR V-Kefflptville; 1. f VCy f " ' ' Mediat aelHsocwea HAht -. Mt Ml VnBUHAtV M8MOM CAPITAL for Bnutietuity tactical immj CUtlidhiCapncrtr ALL CLASS C7t3jOlftr BMlCQ SINGLE VISION 1.95 IF vnm wrm mt, A Carf is Mm fertM addlUaa le - pens, ih smi aiatwi Mm SUMlaf trwa eark so -a tha eaa lisia, anaa-lcd with the gsstiriafc ssasrsiag k SMke Itljtr Whald a thrill t -wear. :' ; S OTHIt gmtsV SHAPIS A COLOR TO ' CHOOM mOM AT SAMI ONI LOW PRKI nmwmt stsousa it same iow rm MOKEN flAMEt REPAIMO OR MrtACtO WHHf YOU WAIT ocutisrs ntisaiinioNS raite at samc low mas NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY ' ; Booth Bldgv Suit 316 1S5 Sparks St. Vev Buckingham, RR 9, Kempt- ville. Holsteia Jualer I, Glen Warren. Oxford Mills; I., Garnet McGrath, RR 1. Jasper; 1. Le-roy Gorman, RR 1, Merrickville. Senior 1. Howard Cark-ner. RR Z. Merrickville; 2. Gail Suddabby. RR 5. Kemptvtle 1, Len McGregor, RR 1, Jasper. Showmanship 1, Gail Suddabby; I, Glen Warreni ), Eric Buckingham. Judging competition I," Ruth Hunter, RR I. Smith Falls; 2, Phillip Seguin, Oxford Mills: 3, Allan Carkner, RR 2. Merrickville. - . Identification and classification contest I. Allan Carkner; 2, Gerald Seguin; 3, Elaine Seguin and Ruth Hunter tied. Six Wolford Township and one! Merrickville Public School showed an excellent educational display and received, equal prize money. Horse show Keiih O'Don' II 1 1 KM, IUUS NUnUt IWW U4IllM( Mrs. Ivan HiUman, Winchester, three i firsts; J.-R. Miller, two firsts. Grata and field craps: Mrs. Margaret Maitland, two firsts Mrs. L. H. Newman, one first; John K. Hunter; one first, three seconds. Garden vegetable: Mrs. Ell Montgomery, , South Mountain, II firsts, (our seconds, three. thirds: Mrs. Margaret Mania na Deep River Sailors Take Top Honors CHALK RIVER (Special) - D-P Rv ilore took all top honor In the' annual Deep River Yacht Club Regatta held In Deep River on Satur day and Sunday. Dr. Hugh Carmichael, wilt John Muff as crew, took the Carling Trophy for Y-Fliers with BUI Merritt and crew At Baines a very close second. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Halsal won the Crowder Motor Trophy for CP .MS with Chris Harvey and David William in second place. The Chalk River Dairy Trophy for junior' cadets went to Ian Wells and Stephen Fow- . with Brian Bourn and Cathy Stevens second. ' Twenty-five boats from North Bay. Ottawa, Petawawa. Sud bury and Deep River entered the regatta. In charge of the weekend's operation were Allan Merklev rear-commodore of the yacht club, and Douglas Werner, officer, of the day. Only one sailor. Bill Merritt, took the "order of the splashing, mast' by capsizing though the weather was often wet and gusty. . "SKIN- VITAMINS - i, bss nrtlnniTi i tmmJmW I sannm waa mtsmjOMt I 'ASSESS. Ylhai ehanflSnJsVinwl ataaf eattwatwlwan gW JwtSeT "-'" CO, snteafTON. ONTARIO BIFOCALS 'IT JJ795 imn " tun ear lias ef BMWUfeUy atrial Hours: ajsk to g pjn. Dally Including Saturday Opeai Wednesday TB ' 1IM Noost Phone:232-4758 ' six firsts, six seconds, two thirds. Farm producers) Mrs. Ell Montgomery, one first; Mrs. Donald Hunter, one first, one second; Howard Carkner, one first. Junior sectiea: Grain .and corn Miss Ruth Hunter, one first, one third;; Miss Elaine Seguin, one first; howard.Cark-er, one second; Gerald Seguin, one second. Vegetables: Shirley . Hunter, one' first, one second; Stephen Mainlland, two firsts; Brian MaHland, one second, one third; Miss Rath Hunter, one .second. two thirds. )h Propose Religious Changes WASHINGTON AP) 4- The public schools should eliminate the religious emphasis ti their observances of Christinas, a committee of educationists said Saturday.-'. -M . 'Instead the committee said, hritma should be presented i one of many contributions to the American heriug which has been created by many re ligions, y I,,'.:-"" In a report, Keligtoa in tne Public Schools. ' prepared (or the American Association of School Administrators, the edu cationists also: - .' ; Supported the U.S. Supreme Court ban on official prayers and required Bible reading in the public schools. ' . Said school calendars, per-sonnet policies and extra-cur ricular activities all should, be adapted to accommodate a diversity of religious back c rounds and practices. 7 Urged vastly improved in struction about religion -as one of the greatest influences In man' history. i; Canadian AidsUK Snobbery LONDON (CP) A Canadian up service that help i conscious Britons acquir personal number pistes lor r cars. car index service, tun by il. year - old Hugh Maclean, ice the car bearing the tann ine customer wants. If nec essary Maclean will negotiate the purchase of the vehicle. In Britain Cars carry tne same number plate from fac tory to breaker s yard. Licens ing authorities, to avoid; time- consuming a e a r c hes through files, will allow plate to be transferred only If the customer. owns the vehicle carrying the number he want. Personal number plate art fashionable these day. Celrtrl ties like to coast around in car that proclaim their telephone number, address,' Initials or even tha year of their birth Maclean finds : many of bis customer are doctor and vet erinary surgeon wanting such numbers as DOC M or VET H. His saddest client was a girl called Susan whose parents geve her a car with the number SUE 21 for her 21st birthday. That was a couple of years ato. Now she claims anybody can tell how old she is by glancing at tne out-ot-oate model and adding on the difference. ' Limbour. Family Away When Fire Destroys Home Limbour Fire Department I investigating a fire that destroyed a wooden bungalow on the Elliabeth Road, near Limbour Saturday night, leaving Florent Girouard, his wife and J .1 S Aw Prtrkw Sek THE OTTAWA JOURNAL Rain Puts Damper On Parade BROCKVILLE (S p e c I l- Rain - Saturday played havoc with the biggest parade of Shriners ever seen here. It ws anticipated that, more tnan a dozen units of the famous fraternal organization from Temples In Northern New York, Toronto and other Canadian centre, would Join in a colorful display climaxing the three-day fair of the Brockville Shrine Club. Heavy rain all , Saturday morning and threatening skies in-the afternoon deterred many of the out-of-town units and only two participated In the parade. l x The color party and drum corn of-the Toronto Rameses Temple and the Bellevill Camel neroors were we , oniy two unit to brave the weather but brought a considerable crowd. It is estimated that about 5,000 people watched the parade at the Brockville Shopping Centra and the local Shrine Club thereby benefited in k objective to aid crippled children. ' kL.i . - ' THE MOVIE COLUMN Fabian Ponders Past And Looks to Future B BOI THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP Take al Philadelphia teen agar oft a front porch, give him the handle oT fabulous Fabian, make him a pop singer even if he can't ling, expose - him to : the cream of frantic females, put him into the blgtlme with vet eran stars, , - . ,. What happen afterward? In the case of Fabian, It Is a wonder that he didn't end up shattered as person and for- gotten as a personality. Now 21. be seems to have survived. Fabian bad Just finished a role with James Stewart m Dear Brigltte (formerly Erasmus with Freckles.) The lad was prepar ing to leave on a tour to plug Ride the Wild Surf. In which he starred for Columbia. It was to be his first extensive meeting with the public in three year, during which he striven to escape the anonymity that threaten all teen-age idols. MILUONS KNEW SAGA The Fabian saga was etched m the hearts of million of I young girl how he was discov ered in front of hi own home by the mentor of F rankle Ave- Ion, bow he was manufactured Into a star hi a great .selling campaign. . His memory of those early days: "f don't remember any- thing about the performance. I got on .the stage, did the songs and got off without the slightest recollection of what had hap- Every time I had to go be fore the public I was terrified. It's a strange feeling to find suddenly that wherever you go there will be girl - screaming and tearing at you." Often the scene became vio lent: fire hoses to control the mob In Union City. N.J.; 14 girls to the hospital in Balti more. When Fabian arrived at the airport here for his first movie, hysterical girls clam bered over his limousine; one stuck her hand through the win dow and scratched the whiteof his eye. five children homeless. - Mr. Girouard and his -family were not' at borne at the time of the fire. : : - Passers - by spotted smoke coming from the house around S.N p.m. After falling to put out the fire themselves, they! called. Limbour Fire Depart ment. ' -f . ; Fire Chief , Royal Lemleux said by the time be arrived on the scene the house was des troyed. - - The house is owned by Leo Lapointe, of Limbour. Damage wa estimated at SS.tM. U lit J WAtCII FOR . . . E ATOM'S , Back-to-School, Back-to-Home Salo Circular . Now , , . beinf deUvered to your door CHECK the many outstanding value and Place lw "inw nyw i . . ' -r - .- .t PHONE ' - ' 232-9421 cr23G-75Gl There are II Order Clerk to assist you. tHrcbribl M Dbpl? to herf 'POWERFUL LEVEk' Sqy Quebecers Understand Gov't MONTREAL (CP) Pre mier Jean Lesage said today that Quebecerj "now" have abandoned the ids that all government Initiative is neces sarily fru tiles! end costly bej cause they . have understood whet a powerful lever their government can give them in realising their, aspirations." Addressing members of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountant, Mr. Lesage said government ' activity "is not guided by' the same motives a private enterprise. Privete enterprise's purpose 1 to realize a profit,- which,.) normal, -but government activity put itself at the service of the popula-ibn.'V, t . vV. a 1 The premier said that private enterprise and public adminis tration were' difficult, to compare, adding that government laced displeasing somebody no GEOLOGICAL AREA ALBUQUERQUE - The southwest has rocks representing almost all geological age; But how long would the notor iously' fickle teen-agers go on buying? Fabian was barely 18 when he gave the matter some thought ' The first time I thought that I might have a future In the acting business wss when I did! North to Alaska with John Wayne.' he said. "I got the first good review I had ever received." ' " Be decided to make a dean break. He paid off the contract with hi discoverer - manager. He started serious study of dra matic. And he stopped singing. He hasn't made a record in three year. '. As part of -his campaign for a new image, he even proposed resuming the, use of his last name, which is Fort. But producers told me they were buying Fabian, not an actor named Fabian Forte." be said. That's all right with me at long aa they keep buying." Segregated Elevators Advocated CAPE TOWN (AP) Cape Town's easy going attitude to ward apartheid racial segregation is tinder stuck by the South African government. , Whites and non-white have used the same buses, libraries. civic lull and elevators. These practices art frowned en by segregation leaders. Including Premier1 Hendrik Verwoerd's government - ' j' - The Cape provincial adminis trator, Johannes Malan, has warned the dry council that library apartheid must be en forced. If the council does not Introduce apartheid by 1065. be said, the provincial subsidy will not be renewed. The subsidy this year was S312.000. The council prepared to in troduce separata entrances for whites and non-white and sep arate reading rooms. The administrator replied that nothing abort of separate buildings and separate books would ufflce, ' Elevator apartheid I becom ing a headache. Bad nets houses lust wont provide dif ferent elevators for white and non-white. One businessman summed up: "How does one en force, lift elevator apartheid-short of stationing a policeman or some other official on every floor?" Dtpi er. f atom tm matter what course it took. The government of . Quebec today resembles- ."a huge en terprise with bright possibilities but In need of plenty of cap ital."' But the only capital sources the government has are taxation and loans, and "neither is limltleis." ; .. "One; we (eel, could be or ganized other than It Is now taxation. We have undertaken to s reclaim for Quebec fiscal powers now held by the central government. The ' prov inces' have prior needs, some thing ' the federal adminlstra Hon is beginning to recognize." Perth Pair Win Jaycees Car Rally PERTH (Special) Dale Foley, with Jim Mar a navigator, both of Perth, were win ner of the 150-mile car rally staged by the Perth Jaycees on Sunday. The winners- had 18 penalty points on 10' check points. . Bill White and Jack White of Carleton place with 28 penalty point placed second. A team from Ottawa, Doug. McLean and Doug Jacques, were winners of third place. The pair alio had 28 points sgainst them but the Carleton Place-team won by having the least number of penalty: points on tne nrat check, six check points.? ' -' i The winners were presented with award following the filly. - Car from Ottawa. Kingston, Renfrew. Smiths Falls, Portland, KemptvUle and, Perth were entered. FJVAM, BOLT END SPECIAL A clearance of SO bolt ends at ear ftruat sulUno. HsHIms f th .orts!nal arte, all et these ata be Bureaaiad,. while ttaay last, at an law claarine arte. Tailored-to-f.leasure SUITS Cost sad Trousers. A Cjf Beg. WXM St JO S107.M ...... jeiJU SCOTCH TWISTS. ' tNGLrSH WOUSTKDS. slus many mora cloths sra featured tn this event! Stripe. Cheeks, Plains, Tmncy Warn tn Ormys. BUM. Brawns, owns . ,-- ' this b ear ssth year tallarui( au-ta-aiMara clettM " sssas la hv,u4 auk year I t . . Cid df WiUbuf 7d-4 Sure Inn: Cmins Satareaya t Vs. ' ssanaar ta rnaar J BANK ST, OTTAWA CHIROPRACTOR 1 D. DALE McCOOEY DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC . 460 Somerset street west OFFICE HOURSt Moo. te Fit, f ajsb to m. tVSNINO T APPOINTMENT More Personal Attention ' , And " , Deeper Understanding 1319 Wellington Street ; Open Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. " .: Closed Saturday During August W.'A. RANKIN UMIIED 410 Bank Srcttt Phont 23M571 PRE-CAST ' co::cnETE SEPTIC - (Concrete Never RusU) ' 1 IMMEDIATE DELIVERY CALL .'. S-RflZER DUNTILE ca LTD. i MtnlMHrm t Vlree Ceswnse niotks, Imrm strirks, Crate siom. Pro-Csii ronorvto ate Tanks, DtstrUratafi tar C-l-t SasUislvas an tSMn-Mla CMsnta. . , 01 CABLING AVE. Summer Holiday Encis in Tragedy LANCASTER (Special) A Summer holiday ended in tra gedy one mile west of here on Highway 2 Sunday. - Mr. and Mrs. Georg Babi neau of Macamlc m northern Quebec were beading to Corn wall to visit Mrs, Babineeu's daughter, Mrs. ; Luclene , Car-rlere when the car in which the couple were riding went out of control. .The late model vehicle ran off the road plowed through a f fence and smashed into a tool shed owned by Henry Schnaufer of South Lancaster. Red Cross Unit Lets Contract BROCKVILLE f S p e c,i a 1) Construction U1 begin about Sept. I of a new building to house the Brockville unit of the Canadian Red Cross Society. Fort Construction Company of Prescott, with the' lowest tender of $53,950, has secured the contract for the pew building and (round work In competition against M. Sullivan and Sons, Arnprior, and Dodge Construction Company, Cardinal. The contract is subject to confirmation by Red Cross headquarters in Toronto. - Harold. L Clow Is architect (or the new, one and one-half storey building which is sited st the rear of the Brockville General Hospital and next to a recently, completed building for the Leeds and Grenville Health Unit - Thus, nearly all the city's medical facilities bra concentrated In one area. It is anticipated the new building will be ready for occupancy in 20 week. ..- , WKKK l I M I t I I s ejn, t a 9-m. . 236-9501 PHONE! Office) 2S0.7IM Residence 72S-U4 728-8071 729-3171 MONDAJr. AUGUST 24 , 1964 A fence picket that had been thrown onto the hood of the car was satH crasnina inrouan the windshield when the car struck the shed. . , The picket struck ft - Vear - old Mrs., Banbineau In the face killing her instantly. , Coroner Dr. D. J. Dolaa pro nounced her dead at the scene. Mr. Babineau, C was rushed by Cornwall Exclusive ;. Ambulance to Hotel Dleu Hospital in Cornwall. ; H suffered a broken collar bone and was released later Sunday. : -' Lancaster OPP Constable V. T. 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