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Ottawa, Canada
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Monday, August 31, 1964
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! V RE-EKACTMENT OF CONFEDERATION PEI Celebrations Wind Up With PM, Premiers' Parley By DAL WARRINGTON CHARLOTTETOWN (CP) Prince Edward Islanders approach the climax of thetr sum-mer long celebration! today. Months of festivities will reach a peak Tuesday with re-enactment of the ISM Confederation conference here that set the stage for Canadian union, IN years ago to the day. Prime Minister Pearson and all 1 provincial premiers are due here today. They plan to sandwicfc w federal-provincial conference on how to amend the Canadian constitution without having tp ask the British Parliament to do it An air of, (estiva expectancy built up during the weekend. Downtown street! were decked with colored lights and flags. FRENCH FRIGATE At nignt the harbor was brightened by the illumination of four destroyers from Halifax, decked out with strings of lights. A navy repair ship and Boy Found After Ail-Night Search 4 ARNPRIOR (Special) - A two - and - one half - year -old boy the object of an all night search by more than 100 Arnprior. and district men was found unharmed early Sunday morning. Gordon Huntington, son of Mr. and Mrs. K. G. A. Huntington of Sandy Beach. Just- west of Arnprior, was found asleep in cluster of pine trees near the Oblate novitiate more U mile from his home. Clad only In a tun suR. the boy was, found by Herman Cairr of Arnprior. .: " He did not cry or whimper and when taken to Arnprior Hospital no ill effects were , i IVIWtd. . According to his mother, the boy with his sister Linda, three, was playing at a corner about a quarter of a mile from his 'home. The girl fell, suffered a crape, and went bone. Then the search for the Biasing boy began. ,- Ontario Provincial Police from Renfrew went to the scene and a systematic search of the bush- land was organized, ; ; Foil Break-In At Richmond Store RICHMOND (Staff) An at tempted break-in at the IGA Food Store bent early today uras foiled by the arrival of the villages police chief. . Tom Hamilton, who lives above the store, phoned Chief Ernest Samur when he heard thieves attempting to break in. When Chief Samur arrived about 3.30 a.m. the thieves,! fled. No entry was gained to the building. . .... Arnprior Legion Honor' War Dead ARNPRIOR (Special) Hundreds of Arnprior and district people taking advantage of perfect weather conditions, attended the annual decoration services held at St. John Chrysostom Cemetery and also the Arnprior Cemetery Sunday; after- Legion veterans marched In a body and placed poppies on the graves of war dead ia both cemeteries. rloldter from Camp Petawawa. Hit lima for'ithe 1.2 mile cross river swim against a four mile en hour current Was 21 minutes, eight minutes better than that of lhe17 year eld Deep River boy Graham Lloyd who finishes' sxtcW.,,, "',''! W - a United States destroyer were docked at a government; pier. A French frigate was due today to add to the international flavor. 1 Sailors swarmed through the streets. Warm temperatures brought out citizens for a stroll or to sit on a park bench or the front verandah. Flights to Cnarlottetown Airport were jammed. The arrival of scores of golfers for the Canadian J. u n I o r championships opening here today added to the rush. ... DIRECTORS ARRIVE Visitors who couldn't get into bostelries were billeted in private homes and college resi- Four Hurt In Mqniwaki Area Crash MANIWAKl (Special) Four persons were Injured when their ear went out of control a, they were attempting to pass another car on Highway II, two miles north of here, at a.m. Laurier Lacaitle, II, of Mont Cerf, driver of the car, received facia) lacerations and a possible fractured skull. His brother Arthur Lacaille, It. also re ceived facial lacerations end a fractured leg. They are both reported in satisfactory condition in Ottawa General Hospital. Maurice Poulin, Is, and Gilles Morin. It, both of Mont Cerf, are reported in satisfactory con dition in St. Joseph's Hospital, In Maniwaki. Hospital officials said they suffered no major in juries. ",-',.'!!' v Petition Gets Required 51 Per Cent OSGOODE (Special) Ap proximately 65 per cent of the ratepayers of Osgoode's six school sections have signed the petition to hava a community centra built in the village of ' Osgood. Every school section went over the required SI per cent. ''-, The petition is to be presented at the September meeting of Osgood Township Council. At the same time council will be asked to pass a bylaw for the establishment of the centre. Each school section will be represented on the committee attending the meeting. Plans call for building 40 feet by 230 feet by 23 feet. H is hoped work can be begun by October 20. OPP Sergeant Dies , In Pembroke Hospital PEMBROKE (Staff) OPP Sergeant Norman Samuel MoT fat died Saturday night at the age of 52 m Pembroke Col tags Hospital ' after be was transferred from Long Sault to take charge of the Pembroke detachment last May. following a serious operation. Following service with RCAF in Burma he served It yeers with the provincial police in Niagara Fall. C k I p p a w a. Bridgeway, Amherstburg. Essex, Cornwall, Long Sault and Pembroke. : He Is survived by his wife and a son. . ' BEAUTY QUEEN CHOSEN 1,600 See Regatta At Deep River u DEEP RIVER (Special) - A crowd of l.tN turned up on Saturday afternoon to watch the Deep River motor boat club regatta and the twelfth interpro-vmcial twlra sponsored by the Deep River Community Association MO n ' il Brunette beauty Wendy Blana, 21; daughter of Mr. and- Mrs. Anthony Blana of Deep River was chosen from among five finalists for the title of regatta queen during the evening festivities which followed the regatta. The four princesses attending Queen Wendy wers Edith King. Martha Bsaucbamp, Edith Larivfere and Joyce Bak-tv all of Deep River. .-' , First fa the mterprovlncial Swim for the Les Flack Trophy was sapper Robert Francis, 21, Second time winner of the Community . Association Trophy for the first girl to make the crossing was It year old Patricia Croteau who cams In third with a time of II minutes; ia fourth and fifth place were brother and sister, 15-year-old rnuiip and 12-year-old Maureen Xeetley, who were only half a second apart as they crossed the finish llae.,. ----f . i Eight swimmers entered the contest which took place m choppy water from Indian Point la Quebec to the Deep River waterfront. ", fa the motor boat races Don Robertson took Cart Sporting Goods Trophy for his win in the 41 h p. slalom. At the crab dance held later Saturday night two special trophies were awarded. . The Renfrew County Silver Chalice to Lea Sharp for special service ia regatta organization and motor boat club trophy to Bob Hhrt as outstanding member of the year.' "' " '" dences. .The weekend arrivals included national directors of the Fathers of Confederation Memorial Centre, nearingi completion in the middle -of the city. They represent many sections of the country. ' The centre, financed by the provincial and federal govern ments of Canada, is still In the hands of the builders although some sections, including a theatre and art gallery, have opened. . k-f Mr. Pearson and most of the premiers were due by air at 3:30 p.m. OPENING SESSION Tuesday they , will sit down for the opening "session of their federal provincial conference This meeting will be held in the Confederation chamber at the legislative building where the Fathers held their momentous session 100 years ago. Re - enactment of the ISM gathering Will begin Tuesday afternoon with the arrival olH the Coast Guard ship Ernest Lapointe, converted into a facsimile of the ferry Queen Victoria that brought the original Canadian delegates here from Quebec. The ship left Quebec Satur day, a group of professional actors aboard playing the roles of the 1M4 leaders. .-it - .' 3 Ihitrtnmitiiw l.".t" u I l, I I l2n-.M n:. mm m mm EASES TRAFFIC PROBLEMS V Genoa, Italy, which is plagued with narrow streets and heavy traffic will enjoy some respite when this Viaduct bridge is completed across the city. While taxpayers argue over cost of the venture, drivers are looking forward to easier driving in the famous port city. ' - - (Ted news-Journal Photo) WATERWAYS JOB ! WOOL AREA ST. LOUIS Inland water-l NEW YORK The southern ways M the U.S. carry 15 per hemisphere produces most cent of the transportation load. I the world' supply of wool! i tat h T... La v r g 1111 a . 1 1 J -1 i J i k i -s- -. r - w . . j " r- J s-r - '"' " . v . " "" " '' '-' " r- JL -1? ".- i !.. "" . i?.- ' Tt. " " - r " ' " " T ' - V 4 f lT ( ' - r' "v , ' r " - vlh frf '-t V "r . " - r"- r ' -: r. vlI s.r - ,"-- i. , -' - wy- .-. t t'U - r-:- t. ' ' ' ;,s' r-i '-' f fT - iJU" --- - i f - - j t -fff- ,-"!-:rr'- - , - .7- -'- :T., r-51- ir r- ' T" 'Ult : - hf'i r i ,3- . iVT e. . ; l " . . -i jv - " I T TT- '1 'f v 1- : . r - m:: -K -z ?: I :: --: V fi: '7 1 7 . i 36 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL MONDAY. AUGUST 31. 1964 AncestorTracing Has Some Hazards . By ALAN WALKER LONDON (CP)-Great great great great great grandpaw may hava been a bishop or a sheep thief. Want to find out? You probably Jean, but remember that no matter how disreputable your ancestors turn out to be, you're stuck with them. Canadians eager to find long- dead Britljh ancestors must trace backwards to their male relative that first crossed the Atlantic. Lines of descent can be traced, through the female side but, because of name changes, this is dtficult and expensive. So let's assume that tchabod Cruller ' from a small western Ontario village finds his grandfather was born in Britain in 1(75. Hia next quest stop will be the British registry of-births, marriages and deaths at London's Somerset House. Records there are nearly complete and start from (837. PARISH RECORDS NEXT Before -that date, parish records provide the main means of (racing relatives. Now the place your ancestors were bom lis more important than trie dates. If a family remained in one area for a long time, it's fairly easy to fill out the branches of the family- tree. ' Our Canadian friend Cruller of I would have little trouble, be-' cause of his odd name. Shed a SPECIAL PURCHASE! FASHION FABRICS AT GREAT SAVINGS All the textures, weaves and colours the home sewer delights to whip up into Fall fashions. She'll save even more because of our special purchase I . WOOLLEN COATJNGS, SUITINGS V Bain and fancy boucles, some double , knits, all from higher price . lines. Wine, green, brown.'grey, black and white; 54 Ins. wide. FOR SPORTSWEAR PATTERNED WOOLS " ' There's a strong interest this fall in design . . . herringbone, tweed, checks and flannel A selection of colours. Fabric Is 54 Ins., wide : PRINTED FLANNELETTE, FOR CHILDREN'S-WEAR Florals, checks and. novelty patterns for nighties' and pyjamas. Warnv ' . cotton nannelete wears, well, launders Veil' Oreen, blue, yellow, pink and white; -36" wide, v,! ' , ' ' . t. i -. ...--.i .m . Freiman't Fabric, Third Floor, Downtoten lover level, Wettgatt DOWNTOWN- Open 9.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Daily (Friday, 9.30 am. to 9 p.m. i (Saturday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.) 1 1 ' - . y, ,, PARK EASY AT FREIMAN'S PARKINO CENTRE tear, though for the eager Smith; and Browns who yearn for knowledge of their predecessors. There art about 12.000 parishes in England but you don't have to travel around the country looking in their registers. The Society of Genealogists has copies of about1000 registers and anybody can look at them for 17s d a day. ''There is no need to be frightened of unearthing a dubious ancestor as 'you will al most certainly not search the court records which would reveal this, at' least for the last ISO years," said Anthony Camp, research director of the Society of Genealogists. '" TIME MELLOWS ALL "Surely you can live down even a major criminal after such a length of time. will have to be prepared for this. .1 doubt, if there are many families' Which do not have at least ' one illegitimate child amongst their ancestors.'' Only two English families can with certainty trace their pedi gree through the male line to a Saxon ancestor before lOtf. They are the Ardens and the Berkeleys. Camp can trace his pedigree back to 380 but his is a Conti nental family. The society, founded in 1911 Trial Scene Could Reach Hit Parade! LONDON (CP) A famous trial scene may be at the top .of the hit parade some day. A magistrate ruled (hat tape recorders could be admitted into courtrooms. It all suited when a prose cuting lawyer noticed a man with an attache case that wss pointing at a witness. . ' A court inspector opened it and found a tap recorder. Magistrate A. P. Babingtoa referred to a 1035 act that bars cameras and sketching or painting equipment from court rooms. Tape recorders hadn t been invented. t So the magistrate said to the, man: "You can sit there and play it to your heart's content but you must stop It squeak ing. I Oflfl memhr manv of them1 As rexerdtJuJegitimacyH Camp, surrounded by thousands of musty books, manuscripts and a card index of about 3.000,000 references, operates in a large Victorian house in London. With a small permanent staff be keeps rein on the ever-increasing mass of documentary evidence. "We"'! collect nearly anything with names la it" he told a reporter. COLLEGE DEGREE WASHINGTON About (We per cent of U.S. men over It by George Sherwood, has about bold degrees from college. sale! ready-made draw drapes complete with hooks and ready-to-hang priced way below usual &V to 26-9 A large assortment of ready made unlined drapes in sizes to fit windows from 45" to 95" long by 48 to 144" wide. Plain damask-type, novelty prints, floral prints and abstracts in colours to compl ement most decors. - GROUP I Drapes to fit windows 48" GROUP II Drapes to fit windows 45" k V 7.44 yd. 59 i'V yd. wide x 45" to 63" long to 63" long GROUP III ' . Drapes to fit windows 48" wide x 84" to 05" long :: W . ' , , GROUP rv -Drapes to fit windows 96" wide x 45" to 63" long" group v ; ,. " . . Drapes to fit windows 96" wide x 84" to 95" long group in '''J"'' ', ::; .- Drapes to fit windows 144" wide x 84" to 85" long. 6.99 7.99 8.99 pair 10.99 pah 17.99 .paf 26.99 Freiman't Dnptriet, Fourth Floor, Down foam Lower Level, Wettgatt tSFREIMANS v .. . .. 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