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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 4

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Will Head Cornwall gn Thirty prominent lay and clerical leaders have been ap pointed to supervise the recently - inaugurated 1310,000 fund-, railing campaign of Cornwall College, Rev. Henri Legauh, i auperior, announced today. The drive's primary purpose a to raUe IUO.000 to reduce the S 1.750.000 construction debt. Sec ondary objectives art to further the long-range goal of achieving university status and to expand educational services. . Patrons of honor For the pro-. "ect art: ' Moat Rev. Rosario Brodeur, . Bishop of Alexandria; Most Kev. Joseph Aurele Flourde. Auxiliary Bishop of Alw4ri' Rev. Etienne de Blois. Provin cial Superior of the Clerics of St. Viator; High Commissioner of Canada to London, Lionel Chevrier, and the Judge George E. Brennan, of the united Coun ties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry.' ' Committee of booorT"member are: Magistrate Percy C. Bergeron, Mayor Nick Kaneb of Cornwall. Lucien Lamourewt, MP for Stormont; Feroani Guiadon, MLA for Stormont; Vlateur Ethier, MP for Glengarry-Prescou; Osie Villeneuve, MLA for Glengarry; N. I. Bat- .... tista. president, Couruutds (Canada) Limited, and Or. John A. Talloa of Cornwall J Members of the College's Advisory Committee art: Messrs. Lamoureux and Guindon and Vincent Gauthier, president; Dr, Rodolphe Lavigne. first vice - president; Laurier CourvUle, assessment commuv '. skmer, city of Cornwall, second v I e e president; Rev. Leo . O'Dowd, secretary; Marcel .; Renaud, treasurer, and Rolland Lalonde," Clement Parisien, Marcel Bourgon, Arthur Galar. . neau. Bernard Cardinal and Dr. Nelson Laframboise. . . New Arena ; At Lanark Shaping Up LANARK (Special)'-. W i tl dose to M(,00t subscribed by ' Lanark and district residents. ; the 170,000 community centre arena is rapidly searing pletioa. Aa extensive drive for fundi is aow being carried out. la less thaa two months, all steel baa been erected. tbe roof pat on, and two sides of the covered arena closed ta Only the sheeting oa the ends remains to complete closing in tbe 100-foot by Mt-foot building From the village's three day 103 birthday 'celebration a net profit of 8.491 wag realized for the building fund. The Coma-Matty Centre Commission It making plans for a big auction ale la the arena la October to raise additional fund. , V In the current drive, more thaa tot tetters have been mailed out to former Lanark rati , dents aad the response it reported as encouraging. (.From Pate (foef Mcllraith Tab) had meat ceaaintilng tacroasot setalHng M per cant which, added to the eerreat 1.4 per ceat, gave then af Beet M per ceat, J Whuee decision was R. to . average the lucres se out at 14 per cent. Opposition L e a d r Dierenbaker wanted to know. This." reported Mr. McIU- ralth. "represents a decision of Treasury Board taken after a good deal of study, and confirmed by the Cabinet at a whole." i The Govern ni ent'i turn-down of the staff associations' appeal for a revision of the increase. aid Conservative Leader Dief- enbaker, would come as "a groat disappointment." ... Mr. Mcllraith recalled there bad been timet when the for mer , Conservative administration had similarly disappointed the Civtt service. . , While it had nothing directly to do with the increase for Group -B." Mr. Mcllraith announced there would bo salary ftvlthw "very soon for the House of Commons staff. - JACK snow JEWELLERS) , 112 Sparks Sf Ottaw St a OtaT WBaBfltsl ffMsTaTltsheB 9ftT lief ffMl gtatVacf ht$k asVHxS Liquor Case Dismissed In Pembroke PEMBROKE (Staff) - It Is legal to cross the provincial bor- r with a bottle of liquor bought In a. Quebec hotel on a Sunday, it was established here Tuesdsy In magistrate's court. Magistrate Platus dismissed a case involving Hernert Adams, J4. of Pembroke who had pleaded not guilty to a charge of having liquor in an illegal place. Police found an unopened 11 ounce bottle of whisky ,, " Adam's' car July M. He said he bought it that day in a Chapeau. Que., hotel and was on his way to Algonquin Park where he was tempor arlly employed.. The whisky was returned to Adams. Lombardy Plans Local 'World's Fair' ' SMITHS FALLS (Staff) - Lombardy. a quiet hamlet sev en mile south -west of here on Highway 15 will take on a carni val atmosphere Friday and Saturday with the running of the 98th annual edition of tbe Lombardy Fair. Known locally as "The world's Fair" the event will feature the Lanark Leeds red and white show. Leeds County 4-H corn club achievement day,' Lom bardy 4-H calf club achievement day, horse races and a horse drawing contest. Fair president Elmer Black- man notes exhibits have In creased in almost every, class and a record crowd is expect' ed Saturday barring inclement weather v-y-. ? The horse drawing contest will be nekWriday night with most of the Judging in cattle, hones. swine, and sheep being held Miurosy. " - Buckingham Evaluators Chosen BUCKINGHAM (Special) towa council Tuesday night ac cept, oa a split vote three men who will revise the evaluation role end do a census of the town's population. It was moved by Alderman Abbe Page and seconded by Ray MacMillian that Marcel Croiaetiera and Leandra ChaU-foux and Arthur Latour be en gaged as evaluators. It waa moved in amendment by Alderman Leo Mongeoo that the work be done by the tame people at last year, namely Croisetlere, Chalifoux and Henri Chartrand. As only three aldermen and the mayor were 'present the amendment was lost for want of a seconder. Aldermen Psge and MacMil lian said Mr. Chartrand waa 7t-yeers-of-ag - and not ta good health and even though be has bad years of experience It was time to start training other men to carry on. Smiths Falls v Water Program Set for Fall SMITHS FALLS ( (Staff) - The flnt nhase of a frva-vear COO.Mt program by the water commission to (m Drove water service south of the Rideau Riv er wir) get underway this FsH water works manaeer J a m a i HawsoB einMMincad TuasiLav. The entire plan will see the Installation of new II, U, and 10 Inch water mains south of the Rideau River that will form a loop across the southern out skirts of sawn that will hmrt water pressure to that area indj provtoe adequate supply rveral Mara. : The first phase of the ooera- tlon crossine tbe Ridaaa Canal Just south of .the Maple Avenue slant will coat im. Ot and is expected to be com- pietea By Christmas. n- WANT OUEENM. Bin run SANTIAGO I Rautarai TK. Chilean" eorenunent hat aak4 Britain's Queen Elisabeth to arbitrate in the dispute' with Argentina' over the. southern frontier between the two countries. It was learned Tuesday. Tbe dispute la contra! an Pal. ena end km Enenantiira m ik southern pert of the frontier. Border stones placed there tlx years sto have) disappeared. TAL1BLYU DRUG STORE TrtKTejflla Walt Jatdejlf rata hxuveav V . , , 1st tpaaae intaftT t sinio SrassT . CABI.1MOWOAO S-I.AXA anxixoi asuoaa ruxiA Reckless Driver Fined BUCKINGHAM (Special) - A young Masson man Roger La- berge was fined $100 and costs tor reckless driving when he appeared before Judge Avila Labette in court here Tuesday afternoon. Judge Labelle also suspended the man's driving permit for six months. ' V' Laurent Deduc and Serse La fleur were each fined lit for disturbing the peace. For driving a car bearing Ontario licence platea, Robert Chenier of Buckingham. Que bec, was fined 2i and costs. -. Mrs. Odette Chenier was chsrged with driving without a permit and fined lit m costs. Hrtnr Teasdale was acquit ted on an Impaired driving rliirH His case had ' been pending since Sept. 22. IPlJ. . Official REFUSES TO COMMENT Ha declined to comment on whether he was trading In the company's shares. Mr. Camobeu taia ne seen George MacMillen. Wind-tell presidenCand his wife, con stantly m both social ana wii' clal capacities since he met them at the prospectors ana developers association: convention early in March. Mr. Campbell said nesnaa acted as mediator between the TSE and Mr. MacMlllaa after the Exchange demanded a statement oa drilling results from Windfall and threatened suspension of the shares if a statement were not forthcoming. -The MacMUlant coalda't have cared lest whether the company, was suspended or not." he said. "1 felt that sus. pension would have done a great deal of damage to the shareholders.' Mr. Campbell, St. said he was confident the public will learn that be hat done nothing of which to he ashamed. Mr. Wishart said newt of Mr. Campbell' suspension had been forwarded to Mr. Justice Arthur Kelly, a one-man royal commission appointed early this month by Premier John Roberts to inquire into the trading In Windfall and two other speculative mines with claims In the Tim-mms area where Texas Gulf Sulphur Company made a ma jor bete metal discovery this spring. The value of Windfall shares. aow selling at at cents, fell more than tJ in one day after Mr. MacMlllaa announced the drilling oa company property produced no valuable find. A. R. Dick, associate deputy attorney general, said the m-vestigation Into Mr. Campbell's activities la "proceeding as quickly as possible" m an ef- rort "to gat the fact ttratght." , WET HEAT " VANCOUVER (CP) - City residents who beat their homes with natural gat are getting higher gas bills this summer. The B.C. Hydro and Power Authority says gas-bills m June were on an average about tl higher than w recent years he-cause of the unusual s mount of wet weather. July and August bifls are also expected to show that residents used more heat than usuaL . . .. . "Aredi" mm aid iusiti mm twrmrif.orcMtii 7Z ft or rH).htT. Mtrt ltMC oituH tmoltor IhOM flatofWl OVf, 1htvfJ. M : vll06ss ts ftP$)Ct) sWhtOtdggajfta sea seefa etassistaatssa esea ri.'i'- mi A. SCHUFTT 1 63 Baal at Iparfca ' - h I a.iaaa , only THE OTTAWA JOURNAL Ottawa, Area Deaths KENNETH P. FLECK, 70. S12 Island Park Drive, vice-president of the Alexander Fleck Limited, and of Beach Foundry Limited, at York, Maine. WING CMDR. WILUAM JAMES BRQDR1BB, M Helena Street JOHN VINCENT BURKE, 600 Laurier Avenue West, retired farmer. MRS. ELIZABETH SHE-HAN, 90, widow of William 5heehan, 701 Cole Avenue. ; JOHN W. KRtTCH. 61. Do-partment of Planning and Works watchman, 115 Powell Avenue. JOHN HENRY MOFFITT. 85. North Cower- LEON D. PETJGORSKY, 56. 25 Stewart Street. MRS. GRACE WILLIAMS, 79. widow of John Frederick Williams, Smiths Falls. BIRTLE (BERT) ANDERSON, 70, Kingston. K. M. SHARPE. 78. Renfrew. JOHN JAMES STOR1E, 93. Renfrew. TRENT GRIFFIN. Infant son of Mr: and Mrs. Donald Griffin. 66 Viewmount Drive. 4 JEAN MURPHY, formerly of 263 Queen Street MUCH TRAVELLED MEXICO rtTY fAPPr.l. dent Adolfo Lopex Mateos. the most-travelled chief executive m Mexican history, will make 14 more official trips outside tne capital before lea vine afflo Dec. I. All the trips will he to outer Mexican states. PANTIE GIRDLES' AND BRAS WITH CRISS-CROSS 'CONTROL FOR THE WOMANLY WOMAN.' . nu awn ssauel as Ska warn MUta. H aiJM efsss svasUUM waMksaa aae . wtm slutss SMe aner nass a. Bun auartt sMvisw stns. sve a, Mt 3.95 Tfc. ' laivtr srsrtMate wae whe mf tv tmutH tnm IM te thin wul Om tkto tlfpmt strls. TM l-awk vsUl ksiw ss srtnat ' nllmi, tba ruts MCUa Iraat sMl sa MUa totws Sua swut IseiUnt with um wars IM ljr aMs rr7Uuat aaass satnL tUM St la IS V j r'' ( -.; " Mrs. Louise Simard ttwtt atytM ' ta AtlHaaea ea - AsMea Yea . THURSDAY FRIDAY -- SATURDAY . . In Our Foundation DesarUnent . rrairt norm 1 Pembroke Dog Killing Warning PEMBROKE (StalQ A case against itwo men charged with strangling a pet dog with (telephone wire "is not going to be allowed' to die a lingering death" Magistral Flatus warned la court here Tuesdsy. Keith Brennan, J. and Michael Neville. St. were' Jointly charged with unlawfully killing an animal July JS. Since then, the case had been remanded several t timet bo- cause Brennan was reportedly ill. Brennan was in court Tuesday,, but Crown Attorney John Mulcahy had been informed that Neville is spending a month la "an alcoholic clinic" in Kings ton. Case was remanded to Sept. 22. Residents in the vmcinity of tbe post office were wakened at 2 a.m. July 21 by a woman screaming "stop hanging that dog." Police SgC Edward Moisoa found a spaniel strung up to a tree outside the entrance to Brennan's bom at 1M Pembroke Street East. The dog was dead. Brennan and Neville said H hat been biting people: The owner was Mrs. Margaret Knott, 377 Maple Avenue. RIO DE JANEIRO The imuM River is navigable for ocean vessels 2JM miles from the sea. as far as Iquitos, and beyond that for 4M miles. kt. c 18.95 : i PANTIE CORSELEnE " I WITH tHE ffia : WONDERFUL STRETCH-STRAP BRA ' Krai anitsMtr Mtt 1M am Ssraat i susnaUuhs trsl Thla tl she hrs thai ' etKsks an smt set stain's atttur Ihwto s caretsa swtns. rteat svasl el hsM. Mas sat ha et swwtr ae) Lfsta amis kwa seast f saua an, SS.SS IIMC, M- D. 04 . aa ena tins. k 18.95 t 1 , Downtown it's Coplan's . Rideau St. . . . Lanark Liberal Association Elects Slate 1 - r PERTH (Special) Norbert R. Reilly of Smiths Falls was elected president of Lanark County Liberal Association at a meeting held in Perth. Other officers elected were: Hugh C-Winton, Perth, first vice-president; E. S. Burchell, Perth, second vice-president; James . H. Hallinan, Smiths Falls, secretary: Mrs. B. L. Wickware, Perth, treasurer! Directors: D. W. Boyd, Smiths Falls; John Fmnegan, Perth; Mrs. Peter Hopklnton, Lanark; J. A. Larosei Almonte; William Gordon, Cirletoo Place: Petor Hopkinson, Lan ark; R. A. Stewart, Pakenham; John Taylor, Almonte. Worker Jailed For" Stealing Electric Razor PEMBROKE (StafD-Walter MacDonald. 41. an Itinerant worker who borrowed en elec tric razor without the owner's consent, will be shaving with a Jail razor for the next three months. Magistrate Platus imposed a three-month Jail entence titer MacDonald. charged with theft. pleaded "guilty with explaiuv tions." His explanation was that he Intended to return the razor to tbe owner, his one-time em' ployer. the smart .way tcf Fall fashions at Cqplan's . ,, . Foundation Garments styled for you. exclusive ' CPlOS- , orooo control exclusive ; oopdtox oupport tHWttUA!Tta a-Ma,t40C,S2-20. UMSBUNf.. TJt ',..' -- '.. . , .: . Only Sarong bring Cordtex fabrio under thraat . . . sa svthar heavenly comfort and Individual curve control design is unique to all the world! Sarong't rtretch-strspt sUy flat ... no curling ... no Hipping . . , and they ' V I conUnua down under the bust for definite support and stretch way down to a ' low hack ... much lower then ordinary bra. You can wear decaiiato A - ' ' without worrying about shoulder atrtpt showing' place. without pinching or binding. . Daily 9 to 6 . . . Friday WEpNESDAY, AUOUST 28, 1964 Perth PUC May Ask Referendum PERTH (Special) A public referundum may be held In Perth to decide .whether the Perth Public Utilities Commis sion should accept the Cans dian Union of Public Employees as bargaining agents for the 14 employees who walked off their Job on. July 16. The men walked out when the commission refused them union recognition. Glenn Blanchard, a member of the commission, said yes terday that he favored the referendum. Stuart BelLi chair man of the commistioo, also favored such a move. The employees circulated a petition throughout the town and obtained more than 700 signature supporting the men for union recognition. The commission hat hired several new men and J. D. Gardiner, manager, stated operations are nearly back to nornuu. . The Ontario Supreme Court, Tuesday, handed down a decision in Toronto, allowing the strikers six pickets, three at each pump bouse, effective immediately. An Injunction banned the men from picketing on Aug. 10. UKRAINIAN HOSPITALITY No one visits a Ukrainian home without sharing food and drink and hospitality, according to custom In that region of the U.S.S.R. wing id targe selection bf.(p : II ' -r J -. ' t J iv i tTYLt. X24A, U-40a. S4-UC. M-420. a u. f 4 ; 'Cut- 1 etnthtr... , k) Much Wear that stttrltss.' ' ' f . . , ., '.;.!:..., -w't: ' ''!.. .'-.' . - ft.,!-... ' you stretch (trap aad exclusive criss-crow design with ' the butt for proper support! No other org combine " lira ran An aha Aimh. m - .. 9 to 9 ."A Shop in Air HnrttlSth Jubilee ALEXANDRIA (Special) Rev. Sister Mary of St. Claude, of Rome marked her 21th anni versary at a teacher In the Holy Cross Order at a reception fceld ' at the family home here. The reception followed -mass m Our Lady of Fatima Retreat House. Tbe . former Henrietta Lalonde. daughter of the late J. A. Lalonde and Mrs. Lalonde of Alexandria. Sister Mary taught in Alexandria, Cornwall, Ottawa. Peoetsjigulshene, and Pembroke. . Journal Want Ada bring quick results. for mm I flowers and floral - arrangements Billings Bridge Pitzt Ctrlingwood Plaza Women Suffer Bladder femATioN MORI OpTIN TNAN MM Afur tl twtoe) u msuty wot &a mm tr a4 larM k ttrtoavtr irritu wtutW ftr ft wb. otktchUk 0lL Tw ttkklr iMBtl tttt awetnidarf mehm MeMcutar pauu tt djrtvbe tixfj CIUtd ferf KSttlleyr aUlet aVhdtftr iTTrUIbttsa. try ukUcvf u iBtdTnaJ CTriXX ftaUesMtHM Wt tor few tUr. AAmtwa. utw 1 UlUt OTaTTXX tesBltU wltk sUa 4f Whtstr. In ftsldltlOn tO IU CatMOlM aUlU- hsyfKM: avUan. C7TSTU U aUo glcvtio Bwta nlirrtr ley JlhumUe PvisU. Hwd ftrbOi aUtdtMb. umI sVMcatftr 1m- CVot CrVTKX tnm elnisMiti. fool Ntur fin. dUVT. ?:-f''sViajgJ. 5 'V U-MA. 31 Ml. M40C, U-40& 1 US W g Tl SI and they remain gently In - . " - Conditioned ComfortP

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