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Ottawa, Canada
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Monday, August 31, 1964
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If - M r . AHEAD OF1 SCHEDULE Newest Railway Crosses Into NWT Farewell Service Honors Rev. F. H. Morgan MacKay Uriited Church congregation said farewell to its pastor at a special church service Friday night Rev. and Mrs. Frank H. Morgan are moving to Kitchener where Mr. Morgan will become minister of First Trinity . United Church. Mr. Morgan has been pastor of MacKay United Church for the past ght year and ha been chaplain to the RCMP. than in Canada. "Women don't mind serving on hospital boards but when it comes to councils there is a re luctance," she said. , The mayor was in 'Toronto to take part in th launching of the 1964 State of Israel bond drive. NEW DIRECTORS Four new directors were elect ed at the annual meeting of the SL Pierre de Wakefield Lake Cottage Owners' Association Saturday. They are. Dr. Philip Villeneuve, Lome Gorman, Ad- rien Durocber, ton. Nation-Wide Help For Ottawa Church The 7S-member congregation of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of The' Assumption learned Sunday that their efforts to build a $310,001 church at 1000 Byron Avenue will receive Canada-wide financial support. The. promise of support was made' by Archbishop Michael of Toronto and Eastern Cmnidi at a banquet following services marking the day set aside for celebration of The Assumption of The Virgin Mary. The church was founded on this day In 1948. Archbishop Michael said the small congregation could expect financial support lor a "great' project from Orthodox church es croa Canada. The church is currently half. way towards completion only a year after ground was broken. CALLS ON CONGREGATION Members of the congregation were urged to get out and do missionary worn among me many Ukrainian-speaking people in Ottawa by Nicholas Mandziuk, MP for Marquette. After praising their current efforts, he suggested family bring in one new family into the congregation in the next year. The Manitoba MP coupled this with a warning that there Is, in Canada today a danger that1 Ukrainians and their great culture will be assimilated. He urged parents to ensure their children learned Ukrainian in and Bob Carle- order to see that their cultural heritage is preserved. MediQat Oay rs Fasd jOfBtiimooma turn "SKIN" VITAMINS SutUin mn4 sunim itwi-awnc not cawewl by pomjettM is eiiW.IUd wMi MHMCOAT. Wt vntv mrMPi jjTt bxjx) WAcsOVC Oaf id 84fV8flfUIV09 V . a. . . -uj-l 1 l t flay sjBgYtBjffeaasw ijajw jaawnjp twv SI. M etrswfcvt m Hi Supalr m. sal vtrniNAitr mkxjm co kmgston, Ontario Also speaking were Rev. Maurice ' Slusar, of $20,000 , Loss in Fire HAWKESBURY (Special) Lightning , cost about $20,000 damages when rt struck s small shed which in turn set fire to a barn on Highway 34, three miles south of here, around 4.45 a.m. Monday. The barn, property of Thomas Higginson. a dynamite distributor and bullet manufacturer, was used as a warehouse to store empty dynamite eases and bullet-making equipment A bulldozer parked in the each .yard was also heavily damaged by the blaze. The Hawkesbury Fire Department, under Chief Gabriel Lacelle, wasJ called in to fiv the fire and managed taiitop K from spreading to other small buildings. Losses are partly covered by insurance. ' Atomic Energy-Act) Detective The only clue was a strand of hair in the victim' hand... yet the murderer was found! A remarkable new method of criminal identification has been developed. Read about this amazing process ill September Reader' Digest It promise to be the most effective weapon against crime since the fingerprint system. Don't mis "Atomic Energy-Ace Detective" ... get your Reader' Digest today, ad vr t,mi tn;m i ill - Right Mont real, who Was the original founder of the Ottawa Church; Rev. William Seneshyn, Church of The Assumption: and Miss Sophie Wasylyshn, of Edmonton head ef the Canadian Ukrainian Women's League. MONDAY, aWuST'31, 1964 20 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL By PHIL ADLER . ALBERTA . NWT BORDER P The Great Slav Lake Railway crossed the 60th parallel into the Northwest Territories Saturday with the $86, 000.000 project 18 months ahead of schedule. A giant, noisy tracklaying machine hissed to s stop on the Alberta side of the border to permit Northern Affairs Minister Laing to install a silver-plated bolt in the rail linking the -Northwest Territories with Canada's rail' system in the south. The wilderness ceremony at the nameless border point drew an unusual crowd of 150 persons, including ambassador from six countries, Indians, politicians and leaders of Can ada's labor and big business world. CLAIM TO FAME The area's chief claim to . fame before Saturday was restaurant and service station a few hundred yards away on the Mackenzie Highway which caters to dust-weary truckers on the gravelled road. The nearest town is Hay River, 80 miles north. After the rail ceremony, Mr, Laing moved 100 feet to unveil an It-foot cairn commemorat ing the event ' Workmen used 75 bags of cement to prevent the cairn from slipping into the muskeg , in the near future. Workmen .covered the area with fresh gravel but rain showers kept it muddy. . , The Federal minister de scribed the Great Slave Lake Railway as the first northern railway and said he Is sure it won't be the last However, it was necessary - to establish what resource , exist in the north and fini now they can be exploited successfully. Construction, of C a n a d a's newest railway was started in February, 1962, and Mr. Laing's predecessor as Northern Affairs Minister Conservative Walter Dinsdale handled the off icial ceremonies, by driving a 20-ton bulldozer through clump of trees on the right-of way. The line starts near Peace River, Alta.. about 300 miles northwest of Edmonton, and will run 377 miles north to Hay River a town of 2,000 per. sons on the south shore of Great Slave Lake. The line runs almost parallel with the Mackenzie Highway. A 55-mile branch is being built from Hay River to a big lead and zinc mining development at Pine Point. Prime purpose of the line, being constructed by Canadian National Railways for the Federal Government, is to ship ore from Pin Point but the project already has stimulated interest in the development of other resources such as agriculture and forestry.' Charlotte Praises Two Cities TORONTO (CP) - Winnipeg and Hamilton have the best municipal governments in Canada, Mayor Charlotte. Whitton of Ottawa said at a press con ference here Sunday. She said the two cities have developed partisan politics with civic action and civic election camoaians which are run al most on a straight ticket basis. Miss Whitton declined to say whether she was going to seek a third consecutive term in of fice. She said at least four cities in the Soviet Union have women deputy mayors and there appeared to be more women on municipal councils in England Students Say people Baqkf, Fidel Castro T0RONTO (CP) - Forty on ' Canadian .youths and uni- varsjty students returned to Canada Sunday after a two- month visit to Cuba. In signed declaration, 27 of 33 English - speaking students said they feel Canadian "hold several . misconceptions about Cuba." Nine Quebec students in the group signed a separata but essentially the ,me declaration in French. JOINS UNION RALEIGH North Carolina was the last of the 13 original colonies to enter the Union. I'. w Ji V V'j i ) i - v-t L l; v jv j r . . . I ?,'.' -1 (H - ' , a -w " i' : a ..r t . I ; 1 1 i t : 1 St. .. . , . ,- ..... ; r. . . v -Th Hon That fur Built IttablUHed mi CFEH DAILY 9 TO 6 FRIDAY TO 9 TT mmm 1 h I 1 : V I 11 I v TAKMnUl 1 : J) l , . ' . i V iJ 'Hut W ii 'i'i i V . NATURAL PEARL GRET ' PERSinil LAMB COATS r ' 2ST $495 r '- PXSTFX MINK , - v - , STOLES and BUBBLE CAPES FINE QUALITY BROWN DYED PERSIAII LAMB COATS . ,, (Natural mink , tt"TQC --. '.i re NATURAL" -' -.i- Sheared RACOOn COATS S449 NATURAL CANADIAN PASTEL MlilK COATS $1799 JI ' Th Englisl declaration an "overwhelming majority" of the Cuban peop.1 were the supporters of th revolution of Pre ss id i mi r Fide) Castro and that if it would be overthrow. They aid lb Cuban peopl armed. . r '; ! 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