The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa,  on April 2, 1964 · Page 4
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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 4

Ottawa, Canada
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Thursday, April 2, 1964
Page 4
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FOR SUMMER SCHOOL I i i .?, i ' ' a " Record Enrolment Seen at Carleton U Car!e:on Tn.veii!y is expecting an enrolment of t chy and evening Summer Jtfibo! th.i year. ', '' 'A Dr. John 'McLeish, Registrar aad Summer School Director. aid the figure would' to !$t year's record tota! of 1,?H. , And the rmphpr nf inn'rtu ,ii up too by IS: Th;i year-W at offered. - Evening school open. May 17 atid closes August ,18. ' Refcis-..JMjjpn akes place .Monday and Tuesday. May :J and 28. Ex- aminat.ons are Auz. 19 and 20 AUGUST EJfAMS". " In the day courses registration wit! .take place Friday, July 3. And classes begin July 6 and end August 14. Examinations will be held Aug. 17, The courses all lead to degrees. Arts and Commerce and Science, wiii be offered at both the- introductory and advanced levee.- . - ' ,r Among other courses oifered are: . economics, English, French, Russian. Spanish, German, geology fc history, mathematics, philosophy, jjolit i c a 1 science, psychology and sociology. . ' "? : Of particular interest to liigh and public school Heachers, wishing to upgrade theik aca- Where something good" is always going on! RHEUMATIC PAK1 . Do you long tor r(i4 trot the agony of rheumatic and arthritic pain? Thousands, get speedy rettaf from their suffering by using T-R-C's. ""Don't let dull aches and stabbing perns handicap you any longer. Try TEMPLETON STR C's. Only 85c and $'?65 at drug counters everywhere. a aWi-a,t rll. lu Umpliw'l HAMS-C9m Ummli "wl'1M"Tff-Ti-wl aawrt mMv wkil . t T-t-C eiAMt-CMM. s J. UVtT Shop With Confidence Where You See This Seal of Satisfaction- ' . ' I kf AMPLE jt " ( ' 1 ,,. For longer than half a century DEVINE'S has been supplying the t a i t e - conscious Ottawa and District peopjejuvith : FIRST RUN ?. . HIGH QUALITY ... MAPLE SYRUP ! LIGHT IN COLOR - THICK IN CONSISTENCY one E.95 GALLON D 1 .89 QUARTER ' GALLON If you drop In you will be convinced with a "ip on the house" (bring your own tomt or crumpet). If you phpne you will receive notffmg but the best. ; WE SHIP TO ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTRY AT NO EXTRA CRATING CHARGE Ureter LIMITED '7 . : Oh Byword -Market-since 1970 . 41 YORK STREET - 233 93534.5 -I dem:e. and teaching qual.fica- tioni,; are biology .chemistry'. physics and Spanish.'' . .-."V-m- fV'n ston Man Dies in Lrasn GANANOOL'E . (Special) John Williams.U2, of Kingston died instantly Wednesday night when hi small car left Highway 401, fouri miles east of here and, crashed into tree. : Mr. Williams was driving west in the two-lane highway near Landon's Bay bridge when the vehicle went on to the north shoulder, then careened across the road into the south ditch. ; ; " His body was jammed in the front seat of the small foreign-made car and authorities had difficulty getting it out. " " Provjneial pathologist Dr. W. J. Wyatt of Brockville Leon-ducted a post-mortem ,exafn-ination, but ho details have been released. - The accident occurred at about 7 p.m. About six hours later and k mile further west. an accident occurred in-which Mrs. Gloria. Walentuk, 36, of ;A!exaidria,BawNw-rl. wa,, eriously injured. . er eastbound station wagon wentNMit of control and struck a. tar(ransport driven by Robert Nelson, 38, of Toronto. The woman Was thrown clear. She is in fait condition at Hotel Dieu Hospital in King, ton with multiple injuries. The transport driver and a passen ger were not hurt Ottawa, Area Deaths WILLIAM KALrrt- TlLIN- PERSON, 80. Winchester. MRS. HtNRI A.-VENNE,- 56, housewife, 344 Clarence Street, JOSEPH D. PORTER. 79, retired foundry worker, 6954 Berri Street, Hull. . PR, CAMPBELL A. FIND-LAY. 59, dentist, 248 Irving Avenue. HAROLD SIDNEY WOOD-HUS. .79. Ottawa'. ,,. MRS. MARY 'ANN McKEE'. 81, widow of Charles McKee, KaabaMta. - MRS. ANNIE" PRISC1LLA RYAN, widow of Andrew Joseph George Ryan, Brockville. HALF CO GALLON 5 , 32 .fl.39 32-02. BOTTLE evine r. v Bilingual ; Trusteds Jobs Outlined A giflup 0I. 4IK1 bil nguaJ On tario ' school trustees pondered the qualities required of a good school buagd of fu:)al al". a con vention hiin.gJbeA 'n Ottawa this eek. '.. r .'' . 7..- 'Mgr. C. A. Earners, moral counsellor of the Association Of Bilingual . School Trustees of Ontario " CCEB0) gave dele gates' his impressions ef these requ';rements Wednesday, at the; Laurier. . , Msgr. Demer$ said the. four essen'tiaTTiuatities of a good trustee : are: He must have enough spare time to give to school business;' he must pos sess a certain competence need ed to copducl the variotis ta.sks of his, post; his actions must be governed by a well developed sense of conscientious equity and finally,, his authority must be exercised with justice and prudence. , - '- The speaker's remarks were accepted by the delegates as the keynote address-, the three day convention- ;. "In a sense" he"said;""well ordained 'school administration is more important than a good municipal administration."- He added the entire future of the student population rests on the shoulders of elected trustees". Journal Want Ads hring quick results. - (Friendly Credit Mf -aaaA V r .... r tX ' . " ;7'V.--J'., I - 7 ..: . li"1 THE OTTAWA -JOURNAL Fall jails To Stop Conductor : '" ..; i - :. ' ' , ROME, i.ri i- Conductor Pierre ' Monteiix collapsed apd, fell six feet from the podium Wednesday mght while conducting":'" Ravel's "Pava ne fqr avSwd Pri rices" in Rome's Santa Cecilia auditorium., . The conductor. ho . will be R9 Saturday, slipped between guar rail that had been placed around the "podtum. -for, Kis; protection, lfe fell heavity, landing on hU , left shoulder and the-left STdenf-1rir-face, as the audience cried out in horror. . Dot tors in the i audience carried him to-a nearby seat After. 20 minutes he walked slowly back to the stage." expressed hi regret a nd asked if the audience wanted him to continue. , Many-cried- no, fearing for hi health. Mohteux started to walk away, : then, turned back: " -; ' 7- : 7 .Seated in a chair, he fin-. . ihed the concert. :;. The audience gave him an ' ovation. - TRIED CHILDREN' STERLING. 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