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April 1, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 43

Ottawa, Canada
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Wednesday, April 1, 1964
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And Accused Didn't Agree The Reused iniited hi? was guilty, but he magistrate would not take ye$ for , an. awwer. John Y"ccnt MacDonald, 37, of 510 Laprier Avenue -West, was ushered, from Ottawa ' Magistrate's Court Tuesday std) pleading his guilt as Magistrate Sauvt set his trial date for April 7. MacDonald was charged with property damage. Police said An BparjtmenJL'door. had been kicked in-causing SIS damage. MacDonald pleaded guilty the police officer gave evidence Delinquency Increasing In Hull ' Teenage girls made more court appearances than their male counterparts in Hull dur ing 1963.; The 1963 police report present- ' ed to Hull Counoil by Police- Director J. Maxime Lavigne Tuesday flight showed the girls " outnumbered the boys m court , 48-39. 'The report also showed an increase in juvenile arrests from 43 the year before to 61. The director blamed alcohol ism, pornographic publications and immoral dims (or the city's increase m juvenile delinquency. He called on Hull's citizens i to I" gel out of their lethargy and quit such case are police business,' "Parents,- educators and the population in general must be awakened to the danger of this i alarming situation of increasing . delinquency, said Director La vigne. ,, Tired Panr Says England Super Dyoer' EnalandJmows. howNlQlreat a prtneess, says PaneakjB Prin cess Pam of Bells Corneis after her 10 . day visit there. Pam Marshall, 19 year-o!d '-winner of the annual Shrove Tuesday pancake race in Bells Corners, arrived home Tues- - day alttrawhirlwind tourof Buckingham. She was tuckered out. around a skating rink while flipping a pancake wasn t near ly as tiring. Pam doesn't do anything in a small way and when she tours she doesn't miss a thing. , Purpose of her trip was to present a trophy and scroll to the international pancake nipping champ, another 19-year- old. Elizabeth Maryon, of Buck ingham. The scroll was from the people of Nepean Township to the people of Buckingham. While, she was sightseeing she saw everything within sirM up close. She -met the Beatles and Bobby Vee. She' had her first drink and ssys she loves English pubs. She lost count of the luncheons, dinners and part ies she attended. It all ended yesterday when she stepped off a TCA Van- uard at Uplands Airport. So much happened in 10 days, she said, that she could only sum it all up as "Super DuperC Mad Hatters Show Creations At Boys' Club Avant garde designers don't often model their Spring crea tions it the Ottawa Boys' (Jlub. ' But about 50 noisy young I creators lined the gym wall at' the Nepean. Street club'Tues- 1 day night so Fred. McCann and K nurse Marsha Katzman . could pick winners of a Mad Hatter contest. Jt was part of 'a week . long program marking' National 7 i Boys' Club Week. There'll be awim meet .against clubs across Canada Thursday, with results telegraphed from each club to Montreal. That's also "T open house day from 7.30 to p,m. Awards night for the year s sports activities is Friday. Journal columnistCkrd Lorn ir win receive a merltorius ierv' ice plaque for 'support of the club m Below The Hill. . ; Winners of the hat contest, who received bseballs or flash' . lights, ' were Danny' S m 1 1 h , ,.gtvHickey, George taiae-rone, Kippy. Grand ma son, Fran' - -cis Sows and Denis Anare, men me accused ioia ine magis- i lucctt ,UP6R wmitb (&e otiMI trate that he had been drunk I DACTP WAY - - I ' . 50f at. the time and staggered rA 1 WAA 3iC jgiinn.iiiv uuuu iii iiiaga- rD, p CHAM ' 70 tralo aairi th exciuiK, wai I 3rlU & drArl box 7C enough reason for not guilty I success &e off ouit plea. when MacDonald said. 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