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August 27, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 13

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J" i i i THURSDAY, AUOUST 27, 1004 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL 13 Comp letition In Sheep Classes Rams,' iwn and Iambi bi abundance were' given ' .a fcorough and cartful examina-Jon during Judging of (our dif-, (rent breeding classes of sheep Wednesday at the Ex. In the Shropshire Claw, Har- old Skinner came (Irst a his ewrlea captured five' firsts, sis seconds and one third, as well as the Reserve Champion Lamb and Champion Ewe. W. E. Crawford's animals won five firsts. . three seconds, three birds, Reserve Champion Ram and Champion Ewe. Dow Downs OAUGO iMMMUn IMrMn S bri hMI mw ua mum m waits. FMM JESUS, Rim II in ttVU FN Suva, now ra eceiyt. t mkt HOST, SKU M TOMKS AMI KAK HUT JOT. a T MM UU HI nciwii mi na mi seno this W Tl IMNMW crtmcH. INIK MOW m, IBS MKEIES, CM.. tOOOl Farm had one second and three thirds. ' ' " " ' Outstanding exhibitor in the Leicester Class was W. E. Bur ton, whose sheep took a I a a firsts, two seconds and Cham pion Ram, Keterve inamp I o n Ram and Champion Ewe. Doug' all Cummlng's entries won one first, seven seconds, two thirds and the .Reserve Champion Ewe. Gerald Hunter's animals took one second and six thirds. Southdown Class was son by W. E. Crawford whose animals captured nine firsts, ones ec-ond, three thirds and the Cham' pion Ram, Reserve Champ i o n Ram and Champion Ewe. Lloyd Ayre's sheep took one first, nine seconds, two thirds and Reserve Champion Ewe. Maple Meadow farms had four thirds. la the Oxford Downs class Dow Downs Farm , bad (our linn, one second, two thirds and Reserve Champion Ewe. Harold Skinner's entries took three firsts, seven seconds, one third and Champion Ram; Reserve Champion Ram, and Champion Ewe. Alex Dow and Sons won three firsts, two seconds and three thirds.- VITAL METAL ANKARA Turkey is a producer of chromium, essential in arms manufacturing. THOUGHTFUL PEOPLE now give "consideration to the choice of a final resting place . before It Is needed. 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"' ' - 1 - :' ' : (Holders of tkkes 033212 and 111328 have reason to express some feeling oi fe-: morse today.) .'-..'" ! The Pypers have two children, Lynda, 14. and Dean.: nine : V 'I I The winners had to make a ' short detour' to claim, their prize. Mrs. Pyper had been m London. Ontario, for the past few day and returned only Wednesday night at 7 p.m. . While away she left her tickets with a neighbor, Carol Kuhnle. f-r'T " Mitt7 Kuhnle relayed the happy message to the Pypen after hearing the number read on radio. "- Mitt Kuhnle with hair-net and pin curlers arrived with the Pypers at 1115 to eliminate a quiet, toft spoken boy. Peter Muntean, of 2212 Utah, who had actually run all the way from his Alta Vista home to the Coliseum. He made the sprint In less than 30 minutes. Exhibition Program 4.30 5.30 p.m. NORAD Band, Bandshell - 9 JO D.m. School Chil dren' demonstrations, McElroy Building. I p.m. Horseshoe competi tions, playground area. 7.19 . 8.15 p.m. Rockdirre Pipe Band. RCAF Trampoline Team. Bandshell. 7 JO p.m. Horn ' Show, Coliseum. 8.30 p.m. Grandstand show starring Andy Williams. 8.45 10 15 p.m. NORAD band. Bandshell. v. 10.30 p.m. Car Draw. Band shell. FRIDAY, AUG. 28 9 a.m. Gates open. 1 1 ajn. AU buldingt open. 1 . 5 SO n.m. School Chil dren' Demonstrations. McElroy Bunding. 4.30 . 5 JO pm. NORAD band. Bandshell. ' . a JO n.m. School Chil dren' Demonstrations, McElroy Building. 7 pjn. Horseshoe competitions, playground area. 7.13 8.13 p.m. Rockcliffe Pipe . Band, RCAF Trampolne Team, Bandshell.; - l 7 JO p.m. HsWho rnllum . - I 8 JO n.m. Jrkndstand show starring Andy William. 8.43 10.15 p m. NORAD band, Bandshell. 10.30 p.m. Car Draw. Band- shell. . r- it - rv1' sasasl-C Rorhney Farm Tops Yorkshire Class at Fair ' Romney Farm took top prizes in the Yorkshire swine classes at tne lenirai vanaoa cxnioi-tion. Its swine picked up ribbons as senior and grand champion boars and all three top awards in the classes for sows. Maple Meadow Farms had similar luck in the Tsmworths class. Their animals swept through the sow contests to win all three prizes and alto their boar placed as Junior champion. In the Land race class, swine belonging' to Marcel Sylvestre took every ribbon offered. GUARANTEED on ALLSTATE tut AaTMRl nt these LOIV PRICb Q.88 ONLY y V ,.uTu.Tri. .o sss.il. w . GUARAOTEEDJ6NTHS Salty W. TJl StTSSd X f": fresa stresw-w-- ,MrUML tiillHas - , .ieer. deeper uewa HURRY! t .I'. Only 4 Days Lefv! TIRE CONTEST ENDS . MONDAY, AUGUST 31st $55,000 TIRE CONTEST M. a I I size tvre - 1.1- ZZrZZrn 1 HP! ... f s-isiii L - AjV V. V VtV . S. MJvVa. V ! Ayrshire Jersey Judging Ayrshire end Jersey cattle, described by one official as looking "fine and healthy, a wonderful group of animals, were paraded through the Coliseum arena Wednesday dur ing Judging of those two classes. Donald A. Maclntyre was top exhibitor in the Ayrshire Class. His animals won II firsts, four seconds, three thirds and the Senior Champion. Reserve Senior Champion. Grand Champion Female and Reserve Grand Champion . Female. Sydney Models' entries captured five firsts, six seconds, two thirds and Reserve Junior Champion Bull. S. Wyman Mackenchnie and Sons were credited with winning three firsts, five sec- A ALLSTATE TIRES With the. best guarantee ottered a tlr buyer! .' s londs and the Junior Champion Bull. Reserve' Grand Champion Bull and Junior Champion Female. JERSEY JUDGING In the Jersey competition, J. J. Mackenzie had five f j r s t . three seconds and seven thirds. Percy Joynt's animals won four firsts, four seconds, two thirds and the Senior Champion i Bull, 'r.ranH I'hnmnlM Anil mnA Junior ' Champion. 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