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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 3

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I TUESDAY, ATJ0U8T 25, 1084 : : I : : ... fi : l- I iNlVt - . .W. JN . William Bohrin tund Monday nlaht h mi ludaed to have the A next tardea competition sponsored by the Ottaw Low ten Company. champion over 712 competitors. ,- ' . - , . ....,. . - , .. . -r , . j : . v . - , . . CONTESTANTS fRAiSED FOR EFFORTS: All-Round Champion Named In Overbrook Lavn Contest There are somr beautltui (a dens in t)ie low rental houses of the Overbrook area this week. And the reason is me annual competition, sponsored by the Low ret) , Housing ; Company, 'which offers prises each year tor best kept lawns and floral displays..! . v -v . ' -:-"Tbis year's all round cham-:piM mong 112 coapetitors is the garden belonging to Mr. and Mrs. William R. BoiVin, 13 Prince Albert Street. LHC president Cecil Morrison presented tlx awards a a spe cial ceremony Monday, n t g n i "Urged to take U rbdn Renewa I Must Begin With Municipality "iLONDOM. Ont, CPj-Warn- tag that w can't ran everyJaot reject them. tains from Queen's Park." Mu- nidpal Affairs Minister WlltiM Spooner Monday urged Ontario municipalities to take the initiative in establishing urban re newal .projects. He told the Ontario Munki pal Association, that under a federal - provincial municipal . program the .municipalities are required to pay only 25 per cent of urban renewal, but be added that oroiects must start with the municipality. SHORT-SIGHTED . : Also speaking before the as- aoctatloa'e annual meettng, Stanley Randall, minister of economic and development, aid communities that spend all their effort to attract new in dustries and neglect established Industries ere short-sighted. , About M per cent of Indus trial growth comes from expansion of existing firms, and only about 2 per; cent from new Arms entering the community. he said. Expansion csn come from insure ace companies. tourist establishments and financial offices, as well as manufacturing ' and industrial plants. Mr. Spooner said the provincial and federal governments win share the cost of services - required to make areas suitable for .development. - , URGES UNITY In welcoming iddress, Mayor Gordon S trans ch of London called for more onifisd action between )be Ontario Mayers and Reeves Association and ' the municipalities association In pro silting briefs to the Ontario government. Mayor Stronach. president of the Ontario Mayors and Reeves Association, said too often the province pays only Up service Jo, the brief and men forgets !;.ihem. If the resolutions are ' tent to the government In the same serious msnner In which they are proposed and In uni- JUDGED BEST GARDEN ... i . proudly in his garden A and complimented . the ' c e a-testants on their. wonderful reT-(orts to beautify the district. : Other prises were won' by: OTHER WINNERS Rest gardsaet Robert Clara, ltf Whitton Crescent; Robert Carey, 22 Xing George Slreetj William Keeler. 411 Queen Mary Road; Emmanuel Koehl, M5 King George Street; Leslie Chennatte. 737 Alesthet Street; John Burton. SN Prince Albert Street. Apt, 4.. ' ' cat Hewers: Frank Dunlop. 211 Presland Roed: Robert Thomas, 231 Prince Albert initiative fled way then the province can-! But OMA President Ernest C. Reid of St, Thomas cautioned that municipal problems should not always be taken to the pro vincial ' government. He said special legislation is often sought by municipalities to A BENSON SOLICITED Tory Letter Asked Minister for Aid (By The CP) . Revenue Minister E. J,- Benson ! reported Mondsy he ' has received a letter asking him to contribute to the ."sustaining fund" of the Progressive Conservative party.' Wins Dairy Princess Preliminqry TORONTO (CP) - Vslda Mae McCleary of Cobourg was the winner of the second preliminary Ontario dairy princess competition at the Canadian National' Exhibition Monday night The pretty clover-honey blond bank teller defeated four other candidate Ruth McKimey of Erin, representing Peel County; Elaine Christie of Maxville, representing Glengarry County; Mr. Joanne Edda Irwin of Dor chester, representing Russell County. Miss McCleary, who repre sents Northumberland County, wilk advance to the seml-fmals of (he competition scheduled for Sept. 1., ; .1 326 Brine Albert Street. in the Overbrook area in He waa named all-round (Jaund Mm kr-DanUBMa wisti . . Street; Edward Ear, IN Prince Albert Street; - Clarence "Camp- bett; 171 Queen Mary Road; John Go bier. 44 King George Street; Orland Matton. Ill Prince Albert Street; Joseph D'Aoust, lit Queen Mary Road. Bess lawns; Prank Lindsay, rt7 Whitton Crescent; Earl O BrUn, 21 Queen Mary Road; Gordon McEweu, 121 Prince Albert Street; Maynard Hutchin- gsme, 3M Queen Mary Road; Charles Jelley. 17S King George Street; Vincent Burke. 414 Prince Albert Street; William Kinch. 121 Queen Mary Road. Spooner solve problems that could be handled by existing legislation if officials were willing to um it, -'. vv-'" ' .'i. A panel of labor relations experts denounced Ontario legisla tion permitting the denial of bargaining rights to' municipal employees. ' - .1 Mr. Benton, who was n partner In a Kingston firm of chartered accountants before bis appointment to the cabinet June 2s, received the letter at hit former T Kingston office. , . w It was' signed by Senator Wallace McCutcheon, former trade minister and now Ontario chairman of the new Conservative fund driver Mr. Benson distributed photostatic copies of the letter to the Parliamentary Pre Gallery with a note commenting It seems "unusual for the official opposition to seek fund from cabinet ministers." He added in the note: ' "I have never been a member of, nor contributed to, the Conservative party"." r . i t The letter asks for personal contribution of $1M now "on the understanding that while there (a no commitment on youfpart, you will be" asked for a similar contribution in succeeding years.? It" explains that the fund Is designed to provide .a regular income for protects it national party headquarter. "Our objective I SlM.tfa) annually. Will you Join us In this flortr' . I The 6ttawa Journal 4-H Clubbers Live It Up at 'Ex' 500 Swap Farm Fair L t, , for By VALERIE WHITE of The Journal) Junior firmer today are en- Joying iheir second day as honored guests of the tCEA. But the close to SM young persons from across eastern Ontario are spending most of their day away from the "Ex"V grounas. The 4-H clubber "toured the Central Experimental Farm this morning, and after lunch took part In an agricultural. quiz and Inter ,. county demon strations there. The 4-H Homemaking Club member, meanwhile, toured Ottawa and held a club meet ing at Southminster United Church. Tonight all clubber get to gether for a friendship party at the Grandstand ' Monday they saw plenty of the "Ex," however; , Open judging competitions went on all day for the Junior farmers at the coliseum and the grandstand. . Some 2M competitors pitted their Judging ability against that of the actual ' Judge, in six classes beef cattle, bacon side, - grain, . .hay and two classes of dairy cattle. , And they all were also tested on their reasons for their plac- irfgs in the various classes. - TROPHY WINNERS winners ot toe tnree trophies in the competitions ' were an nounced , at e big banquet provided at the grandstand by the CCEA. "..- Diane Labreche, of P I a n l a genet, won the Freser. Hurdraan Challenge Trophy in toe Junior section, for contestants aged IS to II. Doug Headrick, of Admaston, the intermediate class's Dr. W. A. Taylor Challenge Trophy for those aged 17 to IB. The senior section's Sheriff Sam Crook Challenge Trophy, for those It to 2 -went to Sandy Snedden, of Almonte. ' Trophies were swarded to those scoring most number of points In bQ!hp I s c I a g and reasons. ... ... At the same time as the open judging, girls of the Horn making Club, were putting on exhibits, aeroonstratioB and skits at Southminster United Church. Ranging from th art of making muffins to how to peck, a weekend bag, these all contain ed handy hints for good bome- making. j BANQUET SPEAKER - . Guest speaker of th banquet was D. L. Parks, director of extension, Ontario Department of Agriculture. He predicted n bright and challenging future for future agriculturalists and home economists. He warned 4-Hers s fewer percentage of them would actually be farming, but said this meant more opportunities in re lated agricultural industries. "Get as much education -as possible," concluded Mr. Parks, "occupatlonally a person never i he is alway becoming." , Alderman Howard Henry, president of the CCEA. wel comed, the junior farmers on behalf of his Association. And Mayor Whitton extended the city welcome. "All good attend upon, you we ere your debtors,1 she told them. ADDED TREAT A' further treat, from the CCEA awaited the young farm folk after dinner, seat at the grandstand show with head-liners Andy Williams end,. the usmona nrotners.' - After this tt was back to their temporary homes the grand stand for girls, the coliseum for boys. ; . ' :: ' Wednesday, the final day of the 4-H Club camp at (he "Ex" this year, will feature a tractor safe driving competition, with the afternoon left free for final round of fun at the 'Ex. Exhibition TUESDAY, AUGUST 2S -3e p m. NORAD Band. Bandshall. . .. T p.m. Horse shoe compe titions, playground area. , . T.ll LIS p.m. Rockcliffe Pipe Band, RCAF Trampoline Teem, BandsheH. ' ,' . 7.34 p.m. Horse Show. Coli- IM p.m. Grandstand show. starring Andy Williams. . g.t . 14.13 p m. NORAD Band, Bandshall. 14.34 p.m. Cr draw, Band- ,shelj. . , ' WEDNESDAY, "aIXJ. M a.m. Gates open. t a.m.-Ayrshir and Jersey cattle Judging. Coliseum. - -. I a.m. Shropshire, Leicester Southdown and Oxford Down Diane Labreche, of junior section trophy in the open judging competition held for 4-H Qubbers at the "Ex" Monday, points out A r Y r 1 i V iMretn " .rJboU.Jb MJCHELINE BUREAU - - HullGirl;17 Wins Car Mkheline Bureau' boyfriend Joked if she won the CCEA car draw Monday night he'd stop going out with her. So she called his bluff, v Hers was the third ticket drawn - I8SM4 - and the long vigil in the CCEA office from 11 to 11.31 p.m. began. The 17-year-old. who lives at 2J Corbel! Street, Hull, and takes Grade 13 this FaU at Im maculate Conception High School, has never driven a car. th 1W4 Dodge was hers when the first two ticket holders failed to show up by 11.3. Her first words: "May I call my mother?" She wa calm now. Th nervous wstt with strolls s round the Coliseum lob by was over. The five-foot, three-Inch bru nette wants to teach after graduation. Her father It principal of Mountain Park school. And the car will com in handy for skiing, she says. City Teacher Will Return to Kenya James John Gillespie, of Ot tawa, will return to his teaching past in Kenya this school year after helping brief 112 Ca nadian high school teachers in Montreal who will be flying overseas Sept. I to Iheir first External Aid Office assignment In developing countries. Before his overseas posting. Mr. Gillespie was bead of the English Department at Ihe Uni varsity of Ottawa High School for 1 year. At the same time he gave lectures on method of education at th University of Ottawa, y ) - - ; Program Sheep judging, sheep and swine judging ring. . , 9 e.m. Second display vege table Judging, Horticultural Building. . , - ' ' II a.m. All building open. Demonstrations, McElroy Build- Big. ' X " 4.30-930 p.m. NORAD Band. BandsheU. S-8.30 p,m. School Chil dren's Demonstrations, McElroy Building. . 7 p.m. Horseshoe competi tions, playground area, 7.11 1.13 p.m.-Rockclilfe Pipe Band. RCAF Trampoline Team, BandsheH. - ' '. . . ; 7.31 .m.-Horse Show, Coli seum1 8 45-1015 p m. NORAD Band, BandsheU. ,-10.30 p.m. Car Draw, Band : , C, .. -.v. : i.-V-T" . '.11; . r 'v V IsOOKING AT Planugtnet, winner of the THE STARS HORSE SHOW THRILLS pictures of grandstand show beadliners to Doug Headrick, left, of Admaston. intermediate trophy winner,' J and Sandy Snedden of Almonte, senior trophy winner. ' Journal phiN hy Domuuan Wvdtt Seven Bells Beats Cough The precision-thrills of paired jumping with a seven-horse tie for second place wowed Mon day night's horse, show fens st the Coliseum. But the teamwork of Alaflam and Slow Poke Mom. ridden to victory by owners Ismay Bar. t rum and Louise Chalks, wss only one thrill for a large audience. A horse with a bad cough. Seven Bells detested nearly S4 entries in the open working. hunter class, Bobby Cousineau, If, one-time polio . victim, waa in the saddle, Squirting cough medicine in the horse's mouth from a syringe later' in th ttHs, Bobby said dusty hay made high-jumping Seven Bells COUgh. S -: ( The poise ol 15-year-old John Atack aboard Mist Beaufort won the Good Hand's Challenge. Cup. The US-pound grade II student at Ash bury College toys with the idea of becoming jockey, but thinks now te ll be too big. He dreams of Join ing Canada's riding team for the vm Olympics. Me already equitation champ and reserve hunter champ m Toronto as a result of wins a for Victory week ago tt the Sutton Hunter Show. OTHER WINNERS Other winners were: Light- weight Conformation Hunters.- April Showers, owner and rider rreo mcLean. rony isnoam: sunnynm smoxeaier and bunny-hill Tempest, owner and driver Cecil Kelly. Hackney Peny: Cambridge Liule Wonder, owner. Jean and Bea Hurdman. driver Walter Hurdman. Roadster: The Bandl e a d r. owner and driver Dr. W. A. Pallister. Team of Heavy Draft, Auorey Toll. driver Angus O'Burn. Saddle' Horse: Wardance, owner and rider Ll- W. Franceschini. Pair of Harness Show Ponies: Wee Tltch end Wee Georgie. owners 'Jean and Bea Hurdman. driver Walter Hurdman. Saddle Pony: Cody's Tooper Boy, owner and rider Suzanne Robidoux. Hackney Horse: Dafferia Gladiator, owners Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ryan, driver Alf Jones. Fine Harness Horses: Rhonds Fleming, owners Mr. and Mrs. Fraser Hurdman. driver Mrs. Freser Hurdmsn. Lsdy's Hack ney Pony: Wesridge s C h a r- maine, owners Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ryan, driver Mrs. Ryan. Mr. and Mrs,' J. M. Douglas entering the reserve champion stallion., Jean and Bea Hurdman also had lb champion mare, while L. E. Whyte owned the reserve champion mare. In th Shetland Ponies, Mr. and Mr. A. B. Schermerborn entered the champion stallion, the reserve champion ataUion and the champion mar with th reserve champion mare being owned by Fern bank Farms. Light Horses Popular With Younger Set Light horses proved popular with th younger aet during livestock judging Monday after noon. The frisky, sometimes tern- permental animals caught and held the attention of the -young. would-be cowboys who congre-gsted along the tides of the arena in the Coliseum. When the sit moon's Judging of Line Class Horses was completed Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Summer had the champion stallion In the thoroughbreds with the reserve champion stallion going to Ripple Rock Farm. The champion irara Was own ed by Sheila MacTavish and the reserve champion mare by T. A G. Moore." In the standard breds J. A R. Stable had the champion stallion with the reserve cham pion stallion being owned by Mr. and Mrs. Lome Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. Fraser Hurdman I the champion mare end Charles E. Clark entered the re serve champion mare. G e e r I e Morrison bad the champion mare In the Hackney Horse with Carl Heafey owning the reserve champion mare. The Chsmnion Stallion In the Hackney Ponies was entered by Jean and Bea Hurdman with Potential Markets Seen in SE Asia rl The CP) Urg poten tial markets for CanadUn engi neers services and commodl lie in Southeast Asia have been 1 reported by a govern- J--L.H C.IlMt thai mem-tfranwicu ;w toured th are th February, The mission visfled Malaysia. Thailand, The Philippine and Taiwan and found that all coun tries are encouraging foreign investment - ' Hurdman Paving Ltd.' announces commencement or reconstruction of th following streets HOLLAND AVENUE NICHOLAS ST. and MOSGROVE j WEDNESDAY AUGUST 26th We apologize for inconveniences nncs Rd. Lead, Zinc Reported At Mill Site While making test borings of the soil two miles northwest of Portage du Fort. Que., site of the Consolidated Paper' Corn- peny" new pulp mill, e mineral discovery pas been made. Lead anj tine cropping have been lound similar to those at the new Calumet Mine on Calumet bland, eight mile from Portage du Fori Adding to the interest is the New Calumet Mine stock which rose from 22 cents to M-cent ea the Toronto stock Exchange. Mayor Elsie -Gibbons of Port age du Fort said the men drill- ing the soil had nude the mineral discovery. Th report have caused great . interest in Pontiac County in view of the fact that the New Calumet Mine it spending U00,-000 on a new shaft The Consolidated Paper Company haS plana for a S30.000.OOt mill in Pontiac County. SHIP ARRIVES TORONTO (CP) Th Nor-weeian trainitut ship Christian iRsdlch. featured tin the movie Windjammer foar years, ago, sailed into Toronto Monday. Th sailing vessel which serve s training School for tt youthful sailor, is expected to leave for home today after visit- ins th Canadian National Exhibition. for party goods and ml decorations 203 Sparks Stmt a sun linings Iridjt fUu CavfingwotttJ Pitta 'i 745-2625

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