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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 24

Ottawa, Canada
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Monday, August 31, 1964
Page 24
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,1. i. I " 24 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL MONDAY, AUGUST 31. 1964 , . J i A 1 I I r . JOURNEYED ICE BLACKPOOL. EngUnd (CP) An tea crvain con trv. lld 3,231 mil acrou Um Atlantic by ship from New York to Mrs. E. Wawclilfrof Blackpool. Sha Mid iha always wanted to lample an American com. to her daughter brought is t I . N I H M . 1 i a 1 1 k f Wvl Ltfc-'jf Ijiaii -he i i rri'T' '' ijm . TRAYS OF TROPICAL FOODS ' . Mrs. Cyril Treleaven. at left, and Mrs. Irene Lester offer trays of hora d'oeuvres : to Club Commodore George E. Cochrane at the Saturday night party at the Gatineau ' River Yacht Club. . riMnnc vr.r.t 1 Ukrainians are famous for their Easter eggs; they us eat air brushes to paint the shells tith symbolic 'and geometric ssigns. -.- ?j WOMEN AND DRINK LONDON (CP) Dr. G. Lolll. an American doctor here for the European Institute for the Pre vent ion and Treatment of Alcoholism, said "Women, though they can drive a man to drink, can also provide a cure by establishing a healthy attitude towards moderate drinking." - LOVE THE PHONE For II consecutive years. Canadians have held the record for using the telephone more than any other nation. 5rcW.( CONTACT LENS SERVICE 7 METCALFE u.' OPTICIAN ( h ' -. t i "'V.7. V :' s ir ff ANN LANDERS Reply By f Dear Aim Laadersx Why don't you mind your own bust-ness and stick to counseling mixed up- people who are having marital problems?' As an embalmer and under, taker I resent your advice to the woman who wanted to know If it was proper to leave glasses oa a person laid out' for viewing. You said the Idea of displaying the deceased was to suggest that the person was .sleeping." You added, and I quote. "Sine It Is unlikely 7 u - j . II ? ia 'ijm -a ft -z?. ysn . - if- W r; ui. tlitt. It I.. Ill' ai - 5 II ! 7,' -i ri4s3i , ';'!'"''- si- ff , ICE BREAKER AT HAWAIIAN PARTY " Guests who attended ha Gatineau River' Yacht Club' Hawaiian party at the ' club house at Gleneagle on Saturday night sipped a tropical fruit punch through straws from' community punch bowls. From left around one of the bowls were: Mr. Ed Daugherty, Mrs. Daugherty, hid den from camera. Dr. Gabor Both, of Montreal, Miss Pat Holt. Mrs. R. D. Medland, Mrs. Esther Gachnang, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hk-klin and Mrs. Both. Standing are Mr. and Mr. Walter Dick. ' - ' : (Jvunml Photaa by OomiaiM Wide) Glasses Undertaker that people sleep with their ' glasses on they should be left off." . ,.:, ' If this were true, Ann Landers, why are policemen and firemen traditionally laid out in full uniform with the right hand holding the visor, of the cap across the heart? Do you think policemen and firemen sleep in their uniforms and take their hats to bed with them? General MacArthur lay in state, resplendent in five. ' star regalia. Are you under' ' the' impression that General a. MacArthur slept in that outfit? . Speaking of . sleep, I think you must have been In a fair ly deep slumber yourself when you wrote that reply. Why don't . you admit you were wrong and apologise? -NO NAME PLEASE. Dear N Name: AO right S they Brent skeptag. - Eye glasses are designed as Itnprev the sight, a? It yea skouM eves hear, at case where glasses ever the cbjsed eyes at a persea (either Ilv-big ar dead) achieved this, will yen pleai let as kaew? Dear Ann Landers: My husband and I do not smoke. We have no ash trays In our home, and this Is not an oversight, believe me. It Is a,way of letting, our guests know we don't want anyone smoking when they visit m our house. Last evening a new business associate of my husband's came over. The very first thing he did was light a cigar ette. He then looked around the room for an ash tray, and seeing none he said, "I guess nobody around her smokes." With that ha flicked the cigarette ashes n his pants cuff. I went to the kitchen and brought him a saucer and said as cooly as I could, "Please use this." Now I think I made a mistake by supplying the lummox with the saucer. I should have to'd him-off. I know ye ar a nnn smoker. How do yon feel about this? " Mr AT MYSELF."" ' Dear Self: Net a vehement, ty as yea) da. N easts I s. a eensldtrBte nerean. whan ha see a asb tray a r a a a d , should take the htat. ' TOADS FOR SALE LONDON (CPV-Brig. Rupert Elstone, general secretary of the Family Planning Association, is faced with the job of selling Z.OOt redundant toads, The female toads were used for pregnancy testa, but now i the tests ara made with chemicals and the toads ar up fo sal at five shillings each. : ; : l MONEY FOR MUSIC" WINNIPEG (CP) - Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra' women's committee donated 121.317 to the orchestra her raised from their 1M3 activities. Th grant was th largest In th committee's history, BIG CAKE r d GOOD-LOOKERS LOST . LONDON (CP) An "interna- AYLESBURY. England (CP) tional cake." nearly 30 feet A Buckinghamshire firm Is ad-long and seven feet high is a vertislng for office girls "who major feature of the September are not too good-looking." The Olympia Food Fair here. After .firm explains that It has lost so the fair Is over the cake will many pretty girls through mar be sold fas aid of the Oxford riago "but their gain Is our Famine Relief Fund. .. . loss." , . II FMSK cima- VELVETEEN Dawty ' XM la 1 litmtnOul fall It 1 ahaaaa. bpaetolly U I I JU On ot Mm meat popular fabrics ot Uta , oomtna araaon. ; Reg. Prwi M yd. her .one back in the (hip's refrigerator, i GREEN FOR REST I LONDON (CP) - Notebooks with green pages are being tested by the Association of Optical Practitioners and secretarial colleges. Psychologists say the color Is more restful to the eye. " " Hrst In Fashion by the yard! 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