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August 28, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 23

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- FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1964 THE OTTAWA JQUIlkAL 23 ,'. , t . i f ',t fl, fit ' ' ' . w Fur Sales SOCIAL The High Commiuioner for Ghana and Mr. C. T. "Nylander are entertaining at a cocktail party at their residence tonight in honor of the Ghana delegation to the third Commonwealth Education Conference. Baron and. Baroness Kurt F. Paumann have taken up residence at the Seigniory Apartment, Wurtemburg Street Mrs. Evelyn Jeckell will be the guest of Mr, and Mrs. Garland Young, of Toronto, this weekend. While in that city Mrs. Jeckell will attend the tyall-Smagala wedding. Mrs. R. A. Ramsay has returned to Ottawa after visiting friends and relatives in Charlottetown. PEL Mr. and Mrs. H. Tom Carson leave today for Chicago , to attend the wedding of Miss Joan Douglas Emerson, and Mr. Jurgen Rudolph von Korgh, which takes place on Saturday in Winnetka. III. ..' ..... . Mrs. Dawson MacDoweU entertained at a trousseau tea In honor of her daughter. Miss Janice MacDowalL ' whose marriage to Dr. Ernest UBS ME dllfufspric NOW I Important price reductions on luxury furs ... each one . of great fashion individuality and beauty . , . each representing an unusually attractive fashion investment Look for big reductions on COATS, CAPES, STOLES and JACKETS. 4 of Trimmed one of the many fur buys during great event. Full Beaver CoaU sised B-44. OUR CONVENIENT PURCHASE PLANS . LAID DOWN BY OUR OWN FINANCE DEPT. your choice of Vy&S ; .. hi Krplece of ' v fashion value. you the utmost , : X32-1S9 M. CAPLAN FURS ltd. 17$ SPARKS STREET and PERSONAL McCrank takes place on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tomka wijl entertain at a buffet supper at their home this evening following rehearsal for the Tomka-McFaul wedding taking place torn or-r Among the out-of-town guests who will attend the Tomka-McFaul, wedding tomorrow are: Mr. and Mrs. Milton McFaul. of Lactate; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mennie. Ron and Keith, Wendover; Mr. and Mrs. Cari King. North Bay, Mr. and Mrs, Graham Houze, Dr. and Mrs. William Mills and Mr. Deryfc Sparks, all of Kingston; Mr. and Mrv Alexander Dancause, Apple HU1: Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Dan-cause, Cornwall; Mr. end Mrs! Ray Murphy. Montreal, and Mr. Bob Whitney. Mr. Pax Tomka. of Toronto. . Mr. and Mrs. Richard Boa. ada are spending the weekend at Gray Rooks Inn in the : LaurefKiana. : ' Mrs. Edward Snowball and her daughter. Miss ; Donna Snowball, entertained in hoo-on of Miss Nancy Wilson. bride-elect of Saturday, Sept 19..-.-W.....;, '.k-,x' ' Limited quality and design to give 4 , . COATS Plain Just fabulous this length from USE rj)9I) ' Among the hostesses who have entertained in honor of Miss Janice MacDowaH, bride-eiect of Saturday, are Mrs. Robert France, of Almonte, at miscellaneous shower, Mrs. William Jamie-son, Braeside, at a dinner party; Mrs. John Drummond, Carleton Place; at a shower. Mrs. James Collie, of Apple-ton, at party, and Miss Sharlene Armour end Miss , Kathy Hudson, of Ottawa, af a miscellaneous shower. , Miss Wendy .Stevens, bride-elect of Saturday, Sept S, was honored at a kitchen appliances shower given by her office associates of the purchasing division of National Research Council : i ... i ; Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson, of Peterborough, will be' in Ottawa on Saturday to attend the Angel-Wilson wed- ding. ' ': Mrs. Aline Collins. Miss Aline Joticoeur end Mrs. Charles Gervais were hostesses at a miscellaneous shower beM at Mrs. Collins" home In honor of Miss Jul Roper, bride-elect of Saturday, Oct 10. Assisting the hostesses were' Miss Diane Lelchniu and Miss tola Smith. -,v v, Weekend SpCCIa)! e a a (lATUIuU CAIIADIJUI mm Free Parklnf at Carpark Atr-Condltioned PAKISTAN HIGH COMMISSIONER ENTERTAINS CONFERENCE DELEGATES The High Commissioner for Pakistan and . Mrs. S. M. Khan entertained ' at a reception Wednesday evening in honor of the Pakistani delegation to the Third Commonwealth Education Conference. From Discontinuing of 'Quest' Praised by CWL Conference . By BRENDA LARGE r r ondary school curriculum eligibility of the widows or de-CHARLOTTETOWN (CP) which would be acceptable in pendents. The 1S0.0M . member Catholie provinces. . - r . The CWL will Join a number Women's League of Canada has Tn" league decided to peti- of other Catholic, organizations commended the Canadian tion toe federal government to in petitioning the Congregation Broadcasting Corporation for Increase income tax exemp- of Rites In Rome for the beati-discontimting the television ae- Hons ,aT single persons to $1,- flcation of the late Pope John ries Quest. J09 from $1,000 and for mar- XXIII. In a resolution passed unani- ried couPle to n eM '" Catherine A. Toal of London, mously, and wlthoutdtacussion. 100 " "i rnin Ont,.was elected national prea-by 100 delegates at the CWL mor ,h,n vew-; W?L, . . national convention Thursday, ft "to wanu the government A member of the CWL. the . league called the program -offensive to moral principles ,j i-j.-, -..uji. JLm and jndecem tor public view- Two programs in the Quest series. For th. W.nt of Better Things to Do and Crawling Ar- nold. were aingled out to the league's resolution ' as being particularly offensive."' ' The resolution alto criticized two programs Shown within the last year on the Festival television series. They are A Very Close Family and Still Life. ' The league praised the CBC for "such fine programs ea Heritage and others." 'Another resolution fxpresaed concern at "mounting evidence that cruelty and neglect of children Is seriously increasing. The resolution states that because of a lack of specific leg-islstkm, doctors, hospital personnel and social workers are seriously hindered in pressing investigations of suspected cases of abuse. . - COMMEND MINISTERS ' Members' approved a resolu- tion commending rvincW ed - ueation ministers for recent ef forts to establish a basic SSW aae SAVB for MCS-HMHIIOli' UttlIUU . ts-stss 4 SSI A MKBIVALI BOAD ; Atron rrom CK Vlw Q4 4 COLLBOB STBXBT ruco rroH ism f 861 CLYDE 728-1751 SROQ fOI TK WHOLE HMU J.B.Lefcbvre ! ' . v LTD. V,"'v Twe fUeatloae he Ottawa I 875 BANK STREET ' M7 DALHOUSIE STREET . SHO P AT (RESGE'S For Better V alums tmtLB$r. ; r WBTGME SJICPPIKS CORK f : tear to make changes ia estate and accession duties so that sue - ,uc duties on pensions left J" "P' """"V ""f. 'W"B K?! "-"- " f " Dissatisfaction In Quebec Women Told WHITBY. Out CP) A strong sense of dissatisfaction exists among large segment of the Quebec population and . ttpmtM mortmtnt would be a aerious mistska. Rev. Gerard Dion of Laval University in Quebec City told a women's group here Thursday..' ' Speaking to the Whitby Conference of Evangelism at the Ontario Ladies College here. Father Dion . aaid French-Canadians are tired of being humiliated by the general attitude of English-Canadians towards them. , "We - do not want to deprive anyone of what belongs to them," be said, "but we do want to be masters of our own fate and to live within the framework of our own culture. Father Dion aaid Canada is not natural entity and he urged all Canadians to make sincere efforts to create a spirit of unity between all its inhabitants. Whitby Is six miles west of Oshawa. EXCHANGE STUDENTS WASHINGTON. DC (RNS) The National Catholic Welfare Conference's 1M4-SS foreign ex change high school student program will have 1M young peo ple from 14 countries learning about the principles of U.S. de mocracy at first hand. . Journal Want quick results. Ads bring Till 111 fit CUT till ft 111 fll JACKET mo. f. H MOtrlM I 1 DWOREIN FU1S LTTA jtiaais.0itawe fc..ll .S HSS asaiiii r- i.kOA.&ote.o .sM t )iev'4ltt lttt tttttf .". o. . t r. - m r- - m , m Jlai.ajo, mi BwW t W ;"v 'ti left are: Mr. A, T. M. Mustafa. Pakistan's education - minister. Right Hon. Vincent Massey. president of the conference; Mrs. Khan; Hon. Paul Gerin-Lajoie, Quebec's youth minister, and the High Commiuioner. Uotimal Photo by Dominion Wldt) " " ,T V .JZ 'S" . J . . T", the Bro Ecc esia et Pontifice Crou for ber church end com- M". H. P. Donlhee of Com- Iecte1 " P""- v,'"- FAMILY UFE CUNIC DETROIT (RNS) The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Detroit has announced the formetion of a Family . Life Clinic to assist, married couples in the understanding and practice of the rhythm method of spacing childbirth. The clinic wsi to open Aug. 18. " Fithkm-nd- , VsltM finds 3-Piece Double Knits $35 SUea I to IS, to M, UK to U If SO L y , 12 Styits . . . With ! Wsaith af Fine Dttsil h Intrifltiing New Tsxtum 1 -' i These Paris-designed. Italian man nered Suits are so right for a Canadian Autumn. And such extraordinary values at 8351 Cardigan-style lackets, shell blouses, slim, lined skirts In tweedy textures, bubbly knits, flat knits, Jacquards. -With. . embroidery, appliques, braid. 'Colours: red, blues, greens, brown,. black. Just $35 - Feihto trToorlns Second" m m -J TRIPLETS BORN PETERBORO UGH (CP) -Triplet calves crossbred Hereford Holstein were born this week on the farm of Allan Bell of Bailieboro. 18 miles south of here. The red calve, wiiis whim wet s ivruiiu with their mother in a field, Look! Millinery Mewo... XtT Hairs art V UaoVi . , . and y Lynx Brisk In North EDMONTON W Arctic hair seals, most of them csught fay Ejjhimas. brought a high price of $32 each at a fur sale this week. William Levine of Edmonton said. Mr. Levine, manager of Edmonton Fur Auction Sale Limited, said buyers from Canads. Europe' and the United Stalet attended. Sales' of white fox were slow, showing s 20 per cent drop in price levels. Muskrat reached a top price of SI. 66, beaver $26.50. lynx $17.7S and squirrel 74 cents. Journal Want Ads bring quick results. HOLT RENFREW TW 1 1 Label k rear isarraiat . . . WcM kT STl'i sniibb ftaalitlML (aaadl'l lldkl je. m ' 182 Queen Street GIFTS"! FOR ALL OCCASIONS j YouH like our fine j selection 1 TIm Hon of Caret i j 24$ BANK, near Utgar i UVf fllWr . ,. -' Ny At Just 13.99! Real lynx fur makes this smashing new toque I Crowning touch of luxury for a furred coat, dash for a casual coat And clever and comfortable complement for a ski outfit Hurry in Saturday for yours! Hat Bar Sparfcj St. Floor UOIintrt Salon ind floor . . 9. aga. - r X. Wt a

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