The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa,  on August 28, 1964 · Page 11
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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 11

Ottawa, Canada
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Friday, August 28, 1964
Page 11
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FRIDAY. AtTOUST 28, !94 fx A J. ' V' v; ( , ' ' ,. ii VI i , . , , K f, 'li J K V -CM I - i 1 -'--School- Supplies DRAFTING r EQUIPMENT fRTISTS' SUPPLIES i Now Available EVANS & KERT units , ; t. ' Billings' Bridge PtaM ; 73S-I22 ! EASTVIEW Shopping Centre) Montreal Road at Riverside Drive Where something good i vis always going on -RITCIIIFS- for mother and her infant ton werell killed Thursday . when a tor na do hit the San Xavier mis-1 ion area southwest of Tucson. "LAWN SEED end FERTILIZER 27 TOU H. 23M454 renew of standards 'dealing, with radiation sal : GCLCEN VIGOnO SAFE AND EASY TO v use ; , WJLL NOTSURN' . ) LONC LASTING . economical". V; PHYSICIST OR ENGINEER UDIOSOTOK MBWOI BDRI JUO WITT . ' . ,t . Ur TOSS76q The Radiation "Protection tMvudon' et the Dcpartrorat of A National Health and Welfare require a radiation scientist , In Ottawa le undertake laboratory and consultative re- - sponslbtlltln In connection with the safe us of radioisotope ' In commercial end industrial applications. The success! ui 'mmIImhI .ilrnlH uwl.l timiA t,u4tu arltl flkm. 1 poed gm of radioisotope and will be concerned with the is ana preparation Of secnnicai snawruu prepare! et. , 15. . . - Knatneerta. er phyatra gTedaasse. with ctpsrienro hi radlslatirel BMlla are twUed t apply, e"tlnf , refermr M.IMI se CIVIL, SCRV1CB COMMIS-1 BION OF CANADA, OTTAWA 4. m t , . '-:; iR-.- .... -.. J w . .t r. .... (..-T i ,-f1,.f. , - , PLAN HULL CAMPAIGN Plans were laid Wednesday at a coffee party at th home of Mrs. Jules Loeb (or the employees' canvass portion of the Hull and District Community Chest campaign that begins Sept. 8. Mrs. Loeb, iceotre, is campaign chairman, Mr. Lucien Guertin, left, is chairman of Hull and District Employees' Canvass committee. Mrs. Jean Paul Marchand, heads the committee canvassing Ottawa workers residing in the Hull area: ' . . . , . . v t , Claims Youths Held ! Knife at His Neck j JOIIIISOtl MOtons - SXti nd ' Service Lakefleld Boats TtiOrM's Boats Sailing Dinghys and Fittings Gator Trailers '' Row Boatt U to IS ft. . Lawa-Boy tawnmowers Ptonoar Chain Saws GREEK VALLEY LUSEER LTD. , SM Montreal ML '7M-4433 A witness testifying in Police Court Thursday said a knife was held at his neck and he was threatened with death after three youths got into bis car Aug. 2 near Union Station. Francois Blais, 36, a barkeeper at the Rivermead Golf Club.l said he cut a finger grabbing at the knife and caused more; than $100 damage to his car! when he grabbed th steering wheel and forced It off the road. Charged with attempted rob-! bery with violence are Pierre Baiinel. 18, of OtO Eve Street; Richard Thompson, It, of 10O Hunt Chib Road; and James Cunningham, 1), of IW Donald Street. , r ,r ""' "'' '."'' ' Magistrate C. Edward Carter remanded the trial to Sept M. emphasizing the Crown and the Court were "ready to proceed earlier.- . but - defence counsels requested more time. The three youths are In custody. THREE LAYWERS , " Although ' Jointly charged, each of the three youths has different lawyer. They are represented by Jake D u n I p. David Scott and Royden Kea- ley, who Thursday each took turn cross-examining Mr. Blais. Mr. Blais said be was forced out from behind the wheel of his car as one of the youths pushed bis way M "beside him.! On the other side, another youth held knife. A third was In the back. , After he broke free and called police, Mr. Blais said be helped police catch the trio. ' TORNADO KILLS TWO j TUCSON. Aril. (API A . (Journal Ptwto bjr Domiaioe Wide) (OMPlfTETAa-COIfDmOKCI THE OTTAWA JOURNAL Competition Close In Cattle Judging Competition was clou in the Judging of two classes of cattle at the Ex Thursday. In the Holsteln Class W. Alex Snedden won the titles of Pre mier Breeder and Premier Exhibitor with five firsts, seven seconds and three thirds. North- Star Holsteins had three firsts. one second and one third plus the Reserve Senior Champion Female, . Reserve Grand Cham pion Female, Reserve Senior Champion Bull and Reserve Grand Champion Bull. W. A. Stlnson's entries won five firsts, two seconds, one third and the Junior Champion Bull. Charles. Naylor's animals took three, firsts, one second. one third and the Junior Champion Female. Reserve Junior Champion Female and Senior Champion Bull. GUERNSEY, JUDGING In the Guernsey judging Mal colm MacGregor's cattle had II firsts, eight seconds, five thirds and the Senior Cham pion Bull, Grand Champion Bull and Reserve Junior Champion Female. J. J. Crawford's entrfes captured seven firsts, five s e c-onds and four thirds as well as the Junior Champion Bull, Re serve Senior Champion Bull Reserve Grand Champion Bull. Junior Champion Female, Se nior Champion Female, Reserve Senior Champion Female. Grand Champion Female and Reserve Grand Champion Female. L. J. Walker's entries took two firsts, four seconds and six thirds. OTP Honors Seven Ottawa Residents Seven Ottawa residents were accepted as Fellows in the On tario Teachers' Federation, pro fessional organization of the province's 61,500 teachers. The OTF. meeting this week at the Talisman Inn for their annual convention, , made the awards presentation Wednes day. The fellowships have been created to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the founding of the OTF. Recipients received a scroll in a leather case and the rights, to use the designation ' FOTF behind their names. These awards are similar to granting of an honorary degree from a university. Receiving fellowships were Rev. L. K. Poupore, Mary A. Macdonald, A. Gascon, R. St. Denis, J. O. Proulx, Dorothea McDonell and Gabrielle Levas- Orders Priest's Whereabouts Be Revealed CHICAGO (AP) - A Judge ordered a Roman Catholic Church official Thursday to re veal the whereabouts of i priest against whom 'a JI4.I2J alienation of affection Judgment has been levied. Judge Herbert L. Will of U S district court gave Msgr. Fran cis W. Byrne, chancellor of the Chicago archdioese. until Tuesday to declare where Rev. Donald B. Runkle is now. Father Runkle. 50, did not contest the alienation of a (fee lion suit filed against him by Robert P. McArdle, Jr., 38. now a North Tarrytown, N.Y., sales man. McArdle charged that Father Runkle engaged in adulterous conduct with Mrs. Patricia Mc Ardle, 31, between I960 and 1062. 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