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August 24, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 20

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r k. The battles wer Jbught In Northwest Europe after the regiment landed on "D" Day as part of the third Canadian infantry division. ; 1 ABERDEEN. Scotland' (CP) Members , of the North of ' Scotland Zoological Society who did not think that the white ornamental hen pheasant could ' fly were proved wrong when the bird flew, off while being led. . - - "l ' T . -' .. : , J x&y mL DONALD JOSEPH TEL-LIEU, 17, of Bainsville, Ont, who died early - Saturday morning when he was trapped In the flaming wreckage of a truck on Highway 34, two miles south of Alexandria. history returns SH ELTON. England (CP) - This Bedfordshire village. which won first priie in this year's Best-kept Village compe tition, is to turn the clock back In a village market modelled oa 17th century lines. Helpers will bedrsssed accordingly. The market Is being held to relet money for parish church restorations. ' ; AVALANCInlli! AVALANCHE! 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' 111 MURRAY, NEAR DALHOUSHIE, 2J5JI47 " I . rr aw famKare aat aatlurc. aaa ear aael aawtar . racaM at tsl Baak, aaar Saawratt. tll-latt rraa Mrkla at ka4k slaraa i I i i i I NO ELECTION THREAT MPs Changing Tune on Flag (By The CP) The lengthy I ing of attitudes that a free vote flag debate, not noted for Rsicann change. i variety in the first II days, will! NO WEAKENING have a slightly altered routine Seven! Conservative back-when it resumes today. j bencher say Friday's an-The oft-repeated Conservative aaaKMm iU- reIuI charges that Prime Minister ! Pearson's Liharal MvtnnMi ' r"" is trying to ram the three-leaf! Li u - the flag de-flsg down the throat of Parlia- scheduled to continue mem under the threat of an'""41 Friday when the Corn-election no loneer annlies. The i moas will devote that day to prime minister announced Fri-.j consideration ' of departmental day that votes on the flag estimates. would be free of party discipline and the government wouldn't stand or fall on the result. GRIT ENSIGN BACKER Another new twist .scheduled for today involves the first speech by a Liberal Red En sign supporter. Ralph Cowan (L York Number), a strong. l advocate for retention of the ensign, is due to enter the debate as it goes into its 13th day. Until now. all Liberal speakers have stoutly supported the government's proposed new flag design, and the Conservatives, almost to a man. have established themselves at firm Ensign supporters. . . Meanwhile, there Is no end ia sight for the flag debate. While some Liberal members have expressed the view that the free vote will speed the discussion to a conclusion. Opposi tion Leader Diefenbaker says the change, comet ' lob late to alter things. Since the debate started, he lold the Com Friday, there) hat beea a freca- K,v While no further meetings of party leaders are scheduled oa the flag impasse alter three such sessions failed to reach agreement last week, observera say it fat likely there will be more attempts to reach a com promise if the deadlock continues. ' 5 were released after treatment at Civic Hospital. The accident occurred, police said, when a car driven by Mr. Wilson struck the rear at a- car drives by Ira Sparling. S. of I3M Thames Street, who! The Exhibition is Just three days old. bu it's safe to pre dict that the Ontario govern-aaent has one of the top attractions oa the grounds. Its doalay. located under the east cad of the grandstand, is drawing overflow crowds and for good reason. For the children the provincial Department of Lands and For ests has set up a circular series of cages and water tanks to dis play eosM of the wildlife found ia Ontario. A small black bear, beaver, whits-tailed deer and a racooa vie for small try attention with water tanks filled with eel, trout and other fish, and other cages containing bird-life, sock as Canada goose and partridge. - FREE BEAUTY SALON ' Big attraction for the women GASOUNE USERS ' . HOUSTON Motor vehicles oa the highways consume M per cent of the U.S. domestic supply of gasoline. (Three Cars CollideTrio Hurt Three nersons were snjured.ai turn was forced Into a car in a three - car crash oa atert- artvea oeorge mar, m, oi vale Road at Bordon Side Roadi Kefvia Crescent. ia Nepeaa Township about a-m, Sunday. The in lured. Ronald C WO- son. IS. of Mil Mortaet Ave nue: John Kerf. Is. of BeH't Corners, and Robert Lament. 2a. of Mil Mortsaett Avenue, Mr. Kerr was a passenger InJ Mr. Sparling's car and Mr. La-moot was a passenger in Mr. Wilson's car. Nepean Con stable Peter Monete Investi gated the accident. HOME ORGAN IXIGHTON. England (CP) - Gaylord Ackermaa. II. of the Heath aad Reach parish church here in Bedfordshire is building a asaaually operated organ la his home . ; is a Department of Labor booth which- offers free, on-the-s p p t hair waving,' setting anji sham- ma. .- v . ' , The Department of Labor' has set up a full-tiied beauty salon to publicize its snorts In ap prentice trade training. .Two apprentice hairdressers take ap pointments and. under super vision, give waves; sets sad shampoos between 1 and p.m Despite the handicap of work ing In full public view, a de rv - trmr '""' t" Kf-Wt A y 18 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL MONDAY. AUGUST 24, 1964 i a: i k ui 4 ' IlLA saVV i. tiirr The presentation in the name of the Queen was made by Mr. Justice Andre Taschereau, acting for Quebec Lieutenant-Gov ernor Paul Comtoit,. unable to attend bteaiu of illness. Second World War battle honors added to the new color are .Boulogne, Calais, Scheldt, Nijmegen, LeuthV Hollen, Hoch-wald, The Rhine, Zutphen and Elms. ' i -' - Wf--.' :V REGIMENTAL COLORS PRESENTED Mr. Justice Andre Taschereau it teen presenting" colors at special ceremony at Valcartier Camp, Sat-Le Regiment de la Chaudiere with its new regimental urday. Mr. Tascbereau presented the colors In the Queen's name acting for Quebec Lieutenant Governor P -I Comtoit, who was unable to attend because of Chaudieres Given New Color , QUEBEC (CP) U Regl-mem de Is Chaudiere was presented Saturday, with its new regimental color in a ceremony t Camp Valcartier. , ICF-Journal Wtwplvotei ' Ontario's Exhibit Top Attractio I if Nap't-:. . V s V i th , t 4 V, . T r t !( ); r - , i- 1 ! SALES OfFsCt tSS-aiM -- Opea Bsahaaya I am. ts pm. SaiaHay (reea IS bjb. Sunday from 1 bjb. partment official . reports .. no shortage of volunteers. . For the teenagers the Depart menl of Transport has' a series of machines designed to' test drivers' skills,, reactions - and vision. One machine determines a person's field of Jrlsion. An other checks for night g I a r e acuity or bow quickly It takes a person to recover from the effects of headlight glare. A third tests reaction time using a simulated car where the sub- (T f lect must react la signals. '. , j On hand lo-grace the scene and In record test results art a covey of pretty girls la natty blue uniforms.' t Ifhe remainder of the Ontario government exhibit it made up of stationary displays showing. through pictorial displays or tableeus the , efforts of the rvariout government depart ments. Entrance is free. Simpsons-Sears our famous Baton formula,. PERMANENT WAVE SALE PRICED! Our Reg. 20 COLD WAVE ' Complete with style; haircut, test curl, J . shampoo and set A sort, silky permanent . to gWe your hair beautiful, buoyant, lasting body! Phone today. Charge It!' " ; -. ?i Lyric Btmulf Smlam " ' ! 2nd Floor Phone 728-2561. Local 310 i i V-'ii T7 'if. ;"r T r ':' 1 t- - - ! ' f? . 7 . V .. ee the Big Difference in new "homes a ye n, . ' JWRfflOT '.'."-.'..":.;' ,t8r'''''r.-- ... - 0ymm h - uw .. L U II... -. y :r: irA:.1 U-UbLNV " i' ' a ? 1 i',. Hang on to your heart when -'yoU:;yisit:slieTark9' because we're out to capture it . . and we've got just the homes to do it. It "J r t I Spacious? You bet. You'll see that from the moment you step into the big en try halls. Gracious? Yes indeed ... .' with new Panelaire room dividers and solid wood panelling. In '64 more than ever before, Campeau homes are big value homes. Convince yourself. Come see them. - ' . . i. r Imaginative homes like these deserve a special location. They've got it . Leslie Park. Set on gently rolling land, ' ? ,: blessed with clusters of tall pines and mature maples and even a shallow wind ing stream, Leslie Park is the perfect ' , spot for your dream home. Yet for all its tranquility, Leslie Park is just a whistle away from the Western Queensway . . . with Baseline Road, Carling and Richmond Road also providing fast access to any part of town.: It's sheer , 'delight. Come see it, i , ; t QUEENSWAY TERRACE . -.. WEST. ; ' Off riiwcrtst toad at rh Qmiiuwif Salts Office at Usfia Park 1 1 LESLIE PARK CamptM $500 Summer Bonut is In iffact now at Uslia Park .

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