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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 29

Ottawa, Canada
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Friday, August 28, 1964
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m hiii;ihiiiiih s s MfiUm T B) 1l""ilni'tm nrnrfy' I r I FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 194. THE OTTAWA JOURNAL 29 FX' HORSE SHOW DOROTHY KILGALLEN Deretay . KUtalUa Is m vacatlea. Her pnl eakimaist teaay Is yeeag actress Tues-day Wtid. NEW YORK. By TUESDAY WELD It wai ones Mid (hat it Uses fca( time 4o briny, excellence t maturity. I would add that , alio Ukas a long tlraa to mature to excellence. : 1. , Within a tew weak I (hall be 21 years old. Soma people feel OTTAWA HOUSE raiOAT as satvbdat NEAL IACKSON and His Quartet STARTS MONDAY ! The American IMPACS Wed knows vena tile ' entertainers SOCK TWIST BONOS . AND COMEDY SUNDAY M TBS OB1U, IIW I S tl SOS. t BOBBY SARAUtT- 14 Bit Ocswstra Back Twist iastnanatsl ? . DAJfCV TO TONY D'ANGEtO ORCH. KAINBOW BOOM ENTERTAINMENT .... ,.v. NIGHTLY . Cams leungt STAIIDISHALL "'. For Your Dining andOsncmf ; Measure tn a aja. ST. LOUIS HOTEL sieiw, eciae, rsrttoe , Catena let 54 Mstlcia Bifl. 0. WING'S ess' tHIII FREE THE Bytowri Inn,$ e Lock IMS e Dinner t Search for SMI Delivery tree 4 .m. to l-oe am or Si rs r stare Sastriesi and BnnSlste area , f ; 745-5321 .V- . Ill Montreal ltd, Eastvtew i Appearing Nightly t GERRY 10BBE KAN wcnitu , (Badle Sure) Dancing Nightly " (3RD Uf to e Dining Reeaa. ... J Open Dally ,, '' to SJt pm ' ' " e Ssaeay t bjs. ' te BJB. vmm urn AS LOW AS 3.00 p,t!fm totteStu BrMktsM rCtewfJL-allbetl 235-5151 CHEZ HENRI HOTEL Salon cPOr ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY Th -TEA WAGON wa nussii 10 j smratuM uaoTHff iaw ecSTSMsKT 7 FREE TOT SOIDIEI T . TO CtT tOJTOeirt IVIMNBI MSfWOSr sua. IS TO S. M 1& trie) tMyfcwBBe'af V- i W SSSS-TSWM-SST'SM ' Vp - BMnnniaanan I SnWwl MlpM ssjineniw an. n m m. MIS. I 11 1 piit.u at. Mi awaSMiiwMMibwalwaaBsl . these are the beginning of the "mature years." But I don't think I've Celt anything but mature from the age of IS. Teenagers aren't allowed to! do this and must live according to certain social rules. But after 21, a person is on her own end can do with her life as she wishes. '1 don't mean that one has to flaunt herself In society's face .but at least he responsibility of one's actions is self-implied. One of the things which I have involved myself with during the past year has been with self-analysis. Let's face it. I've had the reputation of being a kook, a sexy, flimsy girl. But I finally began thinking. What am I going to do with my life? I've just got to go away and grow up. So I decided to gel lost. You can only find your self once you are lost . I am now losing mysell and finding myself at the same time fat a bouse in Mslibu Beach, overlooking the Pacific. I had been moving around from place to place tike a migrant farm worker. I bad II apart ments or bouses within the period of a year. But this Is my tins! retreat, sway from the social whirl of Hollywood, away from the roar of traffic, away from the constant stream of so-called friends and acquantanccs who used to drop by fust because they "happened to be in the neighborhood.'' Here I found a new way of life. I love it. I can go back into the other world, show bust mm, for a while, then get away from it by going back to the beach. Within the Isolation of my seaside home I was able, for the first time in my life, to gather knowledge of the outside world. 1 discovered mar vekms new words which express beautiful new thoughts. I took sale IS. Fi ioU HlsHwey le Mtoutss tram Downtowe UCttntD BY - TH LIQUOR UCEN8TNO , BOA Jib Of ONTARIO BEFORE AND AFTEK THE BACES ,V'T V MEET AT THE RESTAURAirr Far Dtftclstj Ohm hti OBOBBS TO TAKE OCT 73S-IS3S r Bank St. at Heron Id. mmmmmmmwmmmnnimm fissssV'ii ptfai long walks on the beach, giving myself time to sober up. My major fault is that I've never had enough discipline. I'm aware that I need discipline. Even when I'm working 1 need a director who know how to handle me. Otherwise, I lose respect and interest. But I have improved myself through self- discipline In life. 1 think that this will continue to grow and with It will come a fuller real ization of happiness and fulfil meat. I have to state that I have had no regrets about my life so far. There have been many things I've done which people thought were wrong and maybe they were and there have been many ' things I've done which I've thought were right and people still thought they were wrong. I have learned to smile at critics and quietly tske the praise of those who understood me. There have been so many rumors about me that I now can laugh at the idiocy of it ill. - When I was 14. people said I downed cocktails with the x-pertness of a Dean Martin. When I was H I was called a real-life Lolita. One gossip columnist once wrote that I had just celebrated my "sweet sex-teen" birthday .party. Even today all I have to do Is show up at a party and before I can get to the punch bowl the story is all over town that I'm dead drunk. Truth will win out. If I step out of doors after dark they say I wss out all night. If I go out dancing the columns are full of stories that I did the wildest dance jn the floor, or that I was my own uninhibited self again. I wonder If these reporters ever watched a group of middle-aged men and women at a convention. It's an experience to see these so-caPed pillars of the community rock'ng and shaking and twisting oo a dance floor in a fantasy of youth revisited. -And also watch these same people get roaring drunk, talk back to entertainers and all la all mskt complete fools of themselves. , I'm sura these "real Ameri cans" are the first people to raise their eyebrows ia shock at what they Imagine are the wild scsndals of Hollywood. K wouldn't surprise me if they HI their daughters to watch out or they'll grow up to be like Tues day Weld. But. that's the hypocrisy of our generation. There's no way to battle them. The only solution is to continue the good tight. (Copyright 1W) nounced. TREE-PLANTING Ontario's spring planting of 24.0O0.IOt trees In UM is an all-time high, the department of lands a a d forests has an Free Installation MUFFLERS - SPRINGS SHOCKS !! It ill i : i r 15 MINUTE INSTALLATION ' WORK GUARANTEED Li M U. sv.n WHEEL ALIGNMENT Capital Muffler Service Ltd. 274 R1DEAU (near Kins; Edward) g38-0571- GJNJ LIBRARIAII VAIITED 3 ' n T eUbUsh7 and malnUln library at " CN Regional Headquartera, Moncton, N.R Should be ,'uniyeraity graduate .4 lu with Pachelof of library Science de- ," " is, gree and Jiae experience In a sped. .. ., auzea uorary, preieraDiy ousiness ana I technical ; '- Pennanent poBltlon, attractive aalary, and employee benefits. Suitable cleri- ..1 (4 . 111 I I J J a l In writing with full particulars of age,,- v .'; education and experience, to. ' .-.' ''"-ll ';' ': mr. a t. rideoct. -, ? h W-.-i AtlinlnUtratree AssisUnt, jf' VJ CanadJan NaUonal Railwaya, tX'-l . ' Moncton, N.B. .-,'l -.' AD replies will be kept strictly confldentiaL y LsA-a a . .aAa. Keen Competition In Jumping Class There's nothing like keen competition to make spectators happy. Jumping class competitors proved at Thursday night's E Horse Show. Cheered on by a packed Coli seum, r. E. I. Jumping Class competitors went through two Educational . TV Step Nearer For Ontario Educational television for Ontario came a step closer with the announcement that the Ontario Teachers' Federation has produced a Jt minute te'etllm explaining this xw teaching concept. '"' '. The film is expected to be scheduled . this rail on the CTV Network and will also be offered to Individual stations for local use. Ia recent weeks It has been shown at audio-visual workshops sponsored by the Department of Education la various centres across the province. ' la an appearance oa the film, the Minister of Education. William G. Davis stresses that educational-TV Is designed to serve as 'technical aid" and not as a replacement for teachers. He indicates that the "great potential" of educational TV will be realized only If the programs are of a high qualltyj jump oils" before a winner came forward. I Thirteen class . competitors started out la she contest,- and five of these entered Into the first jump off with three gates raised. Three of these fell from the competition ia the first extra Three Top Exhibitors Capture Sheep Laurels Boyd Ayre. Lloyd Ayre and Lloyd Skinner were the top exhibitors in the four breeding classes of sheep judged at the Ex Thursday. Boyd Ay re's animals swept two classes, while Lloyd Ayre and Lloyd Skinner each dominated one of the other two classes. In the Suffolk Judging B o y d Ayre's entries took all M firsts. three seconds and the Cham pion RanY, .Reserve Champion Ram, Champion Ewe and Re serve Champion Ewe. The animals entered by John Hunter and Sons won three seconds and ' two thirds, while Dougall Cum- ming's sheep took one. second ! and four thirds. ! Border Cheviots compeilt i o n was also dominated by Boy d . Ayre's entries which again took I' all II firsts,, four seconds andl the Champion Ram Reserve Champion Ram, Champion Ewe and Reserve Champion Ewe. 'Donald Acres' entries! won three seconds and fo a r thirds. John Hunter animals took two seconds and four I thirds. ' ! In Hampshire Judging I'loydj Ayre's animals captured a I a a firsts, one second and two; thirds and the Champion Rara.j Reserve Champion Ram and. Reserve . Champion . Ewe.' Dwayne Acres' entries took-one first, two seconds, four thirds and Champion Ewe. Maple' Meadow Farcns won lour seconds and three thirds. ' North Country Cheviots juda' mg wss won by Lloyd Sknner, whose entries took nine' firsts. three seconds, five thirds and the Champion Ram. Reserve Champion Ram and Reserve Champion Ewe. W. E. Burton's sheep captured one first, five seconds, two thirds and the Champion Ewe. i that round, and when the final two came for the last run at thai six raised obstacles a pretty young woman oa a horse named "Pogo Stick" captured first place honors with her third .lawless ride. CLOSE CONTEST Denyse St. Louis, aboard her very owa mount, edged out DaveLancaster oa Ripple Root Farm's "Hula Hoop." LIt was toe "thriU-a-miiuite" show not uncommon to this year's shows and the audience showed tts appreciation with loud bursts of applause as each competitor finished the course. It was the same appreciative audience that cheered as these competitors took top honors in their classes: THAT REALLY QUEtlCHES aKeJwsMis IWajisajtaiig 1 CALORIE PER 6 FLUID OUNCES ft'',': .VI -" .at', ' ),i Best Child's Dangerous Dan, owned by Jean Hurdman and driven by. Bee Hurdman; Lady's Single Hackney Horse Dufferin Starlight, owned and driven by Mrs. Frank Ryan: Pair tight express or delivery wagon horses Flash and Dandy, 'owned and driven by Angus OfByrne: Pair '-of Haraeie P sales Sunnyhill Smokeater and Sun-nyhiU Tempest, owned by P. L. Kelly and driven by Cecil Kelly;' Team of three horses April Showers. Sue jP e t r i up. Some Fun. Martha Davis up. and Sun Rocket. Ron Davison up; Harness show pony Wee (ieorgie, owned by Jean and Bea Hurdman arid driven by I Walter Hurdman; Lady's sad The gin bottle as it dle horse over 14.2 Royal Assignment, owned and ridden by Bernice Lovertug; Pair ef High Steppers Cambridge Little Wonder a a d Aldane Prince, owned by Jeaa and Bea Hurdman and driven by Walter Hurdman; Pair of roadsters King Bohemia and Doctor Friday, ewaed and driven by Lome Crawford; Six Hene Teasa ef Draft Herns Owned by Aubrey Toll and driven by W a r r e a Campbell; Five gaHed saddle, bone stake Yogi Bear, owned and ridden by Mrs. Fraser Hurdman: Pair of hackney horses Dufferin Gladiator and Dufferin Sorceress, owned by Mr. and Mr. Frank Ryan and driven by Alf Jones. wash t as smart thought One upon a time we sold our gin " in Seagram's Ancient Bottle. This was a container made of sturdy, pebbly glass that had a fine antique quality. Then we got too smart. We widened its neckfitted it with a complex of caps and called it the Martini . Master. Now you could mix martinis ; In it or store it full of juices. Some people loved it. Other said the only good thing about it was the ''"gjtabuldL''tT'''" .'.'."..: t. j However, after :a season or two' .on the market, the Martini Master , began to outsmart itself. People would buy one or two and then i no more. Our research man told us they felt guilty throwing away a perfectly it was good cocktail shaker. After all, how many can one home use? Now, since we wanted people to buy Seagram's Gin, we abandoned the wide neck and the complex of caps, keeping only the sturdy, pebbly glass withthat fine antique quality. Consequently, the Ancient Bottle has returned.' Of course, the unique deluxe gin remains unchanged. The natural golden colour, smooth mellow flavour and rare dryness of Seagram Extra Dry Gin result trom careful ageing in selected oaKfcasksj No artificial colour is added. Tout'swhy it costs a little more. That? why it tastes a lot better. . - ' SciiBrams ExtraBrfl ANCIENT BOTTLX Gin JtStssnsilSmlMks ' - ' - Buy SeagramV Extra Dry Girs-Enjoyitathrow , the container away. As if it were an ordinary bottle. ALL OTHER GINS PALE BY COMPARISON NOW AT YOUR FAVOURITE STORE vtSv .'l.l')- A QUALITY PRODUCT BY SEVEN-U P . -rrrj. .v.:1:::',.: 1 ,,-aa V- jj K THE FIHST nnnv UUUUULA - .....i '.'..I'- SUGGESTED RETAIL PRICE r et - jL-i.....: .

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