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Ottawa, Canada
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Thursday, April 2, 1964
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1 -A 1 THURSDAY. APRIL I, - ' - - yir- ' 1 1 ! ; j. i I; - I :l J j , J v .-. r A 4 A-, . rv---' . . v v v-f BOLD, AND BEAUTIFUL FOR SUIVKVIER South Seas colors were chosen by Pantino' for Atheae sharkskin pants topped with fused paisley prints ; to Jersey. The overblouse at left hat a bateau neckline, long sleeves and is zippered in the back. For TV, Radio Surveyed Concern with the type of : farm progranu ca'rried on radio and television was ex-pr4 by Mrs. . Harold Simonaon. Wetasklwin, AlU., convener -of agriculture for r !. v Dainty with frills, A ruffles and laces in A' wonderful easy-care and Crepes. .' Sizes 10-18. TOP '' The deliciously feminine "Cascade Blouse" with ruuffled "V" neckline and cuffs. . Short Sleeved ,. White .......... Long Sleeved ,-White Long Sleeved - Prints Cv4 KtOHT The Tom Jones" lavish wit ascot and cuffs. Tuck-in Overblouse Bloust Bar 1 , . - . , .- ; . FourWays Cash Charge the Federated Womenaln- titutet of Canada."""' " A summary resulting from a fact-finding survey among - provincial members of her , committee been pre- Gentle Lady Look . . . in a delectable group of our prettiest Open Friday Nights ?til 9 p.m. 200 Spares Street 1964 I .95 5 t.ts Blouse Street Floor,, . , to Buy: . Budget Layaway L T,D ; i36-230i f A- 'A. , J'-'-fc? -. ; ', L , ' breezier, tropical climes, the deep, deep cowl of" the bare-armed shell converts to a hood. It-stays in place at the waistline, nipped by a neat drawstring tie. ' ' -. ; " : ,. . By Wl sented , to the CanadiaV Broadcasting Corporation. , The FWCI review states that radio and TV can serve the farming community by Keeping it Informed of de velopments in marketing, weather reports, and new agricultural methods. Mrs. Simbnson says that too often the . listening or viewing public get an image of ignorance, backwardness and simpleness, when the farmer and his wife are portrayed." 1 ." ,.' ; Farm women would like to see more programs on gard-; ening, care of house plants, farm home beautification and llandscaping. Weather and market reports were -rated highlyj Provincial reports should also be quoted, the review suggests. - ADULT EDUCATION Reported enrolment of Canadian adults in part-time courses in 1960-61 amounted to more than' 834.000, a moderate m- crease over 1939-60. REMEMBER . . . ? "1 . - ' Wheri you can chooji the finest in nationally known floorcoverings . A A luxurioift Broadloom Carpeting at discount prices, always , ,:A Come in s6on let us sh6w you how to make drab floors disappear and at a cost you won't '-: n y . ' -; ': . mind paying. Expert Staff Bank 721 RICHMOND ROAD CARPETLAND 600 COLOURS TO CHOOSE FROM . r . TH) OTTAWA JOURNAL, 'i. Music Club Holds Meeting A Miss Clare Ellement'was hostess at a meeting of the Musical Arts Club, at which . the soloists were Miss Car-. ole Anber and Miss Marjorie McNeil. Miss , Anber was accompanied by Miss Kathy - Green. ' , .' A ' Miss Anne Eggleston pre-, sented ,a tape recording of a piano quartet composed by her, which was given its premiere in Montreal ret cently. '. . . . : . Miss. Jeannette Anderson . presided at the meeting. The hostess was assisted by Mrs., Barbara Ross and Miss Mavis Hothersall. ; there's only ; CARPETLAND Budget Terms Rates : . DIM 729-U6? ; ocJaAtC . ' -A SOCIAL Hit Excellency the Gov-' emor General, attended by Flight Lieutenant Peter Ola-a h e n, Aide-de-Camp in-Waiting, was present on Wednesday at a Mess Dinner at- the RCAF Station Rockcliffe Officera Mess on the occasion of the celebra-" . tion of the 40th anniversary of the founding of the Royal Canadian Air Force. The Secretary of Sute and ! Mrs. Maurice . Lamontagne will be among those attend-. g "thrbpehingof lhesevr nth annual exhibition and sale of paintings and sculp- jturee sponsored by the Ot-. uwa section of the National : Council of Jewish Women, . on " Wednesday, April 8, at. .. the Assembly . Hall, Lans- downe Park. ' A' '. . ' '-A' '"AA. The High Commissioner for Britain and Lady Lintott entertained-Wednesday at a luncheon to say farewell to the Australian High Commissioner and Mrs. D, O. Hay, . who leave Canada shortly. -- , j," - - The Ambassador of Lebanon and Mrs. Edmond Khayat entertained at a dinner at the .Embassy . residence ? in honor of 'Hon. Paul Martin, Secretary of Sute for Exter nal Affairs, Covers, were laid for 30. . Miss Joy Phillips is holi-. daying this week hi Nassau, the BahansM. , - . Miss Marion Stouffer. will be a weekend gMest at the home of Miss Audrey Crocker. Miss Stouffer is in the city to attend, the wedding of ' Miss Marion Vallillee which takes pUce on Satur: -day. A. ' , .. Mrt. Samuel Nusselman, of Montreal, it spending this -week visiting "with her, son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.' Robert Berezin. " ' " ' ' , Guests from Toronto who . will be. attending the King-Rounding wedding on Saturday are Dr. and Mrs. J. S. MacKay. Mr. and M,rs. E. L ' Rounding, Miss Marie Round-ing,- Mrs. A. . G.-Rounding, . Mrs. Alex MacArthur, Mis . Eleanor Wood and Miss Pat Buchan.-' . "T- ' hngagements Herbert Marleau A Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Herbert wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Patricia Ruth to Jean-Jacques Marleau, son of Mr., and Mrs. Albert Marleau. Marriage to take place May 2, 1964, at 11 a.m. in St. Patrick's Church. Pratt -Spooner' ' A - . " j - i," Mr. and Mrs. George Burns, wish to announce the engagement of Ann .Shirley Pratt., daughter of Mrs. George Burns, to Mr. Michael Patrick Spooner of Arnprior. son of Mr. A. W; Spooner, of England, Marriage to take place ' Saturday. May 2, at First United Church. f Weddings Phillips Corey . : . ' On Saturday, March 28, 1964, 2 p.m., at City View United Church, by Reverend Clifford Evans and Reverend R. Purves-Smith, Carol Ann Corey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Corey of Ottawa, to Robert Blair Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs. Blair Phillips of Ottawa. Enf(taint ana Wfdainf tnntoBuamu an rcporu f wtddiBt may placrS oa tba Social . ; Pi jt 1 per word. riciara wlU ka paallbc4 a Sit fr tlDfla colana and SZt ptt doabla- tola ma plctora 1" deep; aver 1" wlU ba charted at im per col u ma line, and 1e a ward tor all raadlag mailer . ander the picture For further Inrormatioa call Mln Allca. I3S-TSII KtL 231. Classified DapartnvaL a -V. 14. yn raastcrs atCieartof TUBS for as low as $3d50 tow PRICE INCLUDES: ' Restyling - , New Lining A ExpertrOeawiog 156 RIDEAU ST. v.l - ii ' - . -, . - - r- m V i b A LL: MRS. JACIE C HORWTTZ w"ho is chairman of .the Ottawa Council of Hadassah- A Wizo Medical Services Comr mittee. -will preside at the , annual luncheon, to be held on Monday, April 13, at. 12.3Q pm; at the Chateau Laurier, r Ottawa Hadassah will honor Mrs.' i Lesteri B. Pearson whose name will be ' inscribed on t room of the , Treatment and ; Education ' Centre . at Sarafand, . Israel. The speaker will be Dr. " George F. Davidson, director of the Bureau of Government Organization. ' -' Visiting at the home of Mr, . and Mrs. Harry Bates are Mrs. Bates brother, Mr. .Alexander A'Hara, of Glasgow, Scotland; and her is- ' ters, Mrs. Thomas Smith, of : A Pittsburg, Pa., and . Mrs. I Janet Dexter, of Winnipeg, : - : . - ' ' ': " Miss Gail Trimble, bride-elect of Saturday, was -hon- .ored at : a miscellaneousv i shower given by Miss Mari- . lyn Jones, who was assisted j by her mother,, Mrs, Ken j ' Jones. - . . '. .- The c h'o I r of Christ Church, Bell's. Corners, will . hold a white elephant sale - on Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the parish hall, Richmond Road and Kimberley .a... - T A , r : 1 1 - nvniuc,. biiwwv village. ( Mrs. Garnet Cple'will be' the convener of a Spring tea to be held by the .Ladies' Auxiliary to the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 462, if- For less thqn you think. our experts will transform your old,: outdated fur - coat - into one of this season's . newest, most desirable jacket styles. ONT5 STORE - , -ONUV. PHONE 2324207 f I Eartview. The evenrwiltlake" place on Sunday-, from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Memorial Hall, A 294 Cyr Street.-Eastview. - -. . . Miss Audrey -Hamilton, bride-elect of Saturday, was . enieruined at i .miscellane-ouj shower, given byidt Maureen' Hyde in New Hayen,.Conn. , '. .... .. . A "family"- open house r will be held at St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church parish hall on Sunday from 3-6 n in nonor of. RevL a. j Ruth, who will leave soon t take up new duties in T ronto. - . The annual meeting of St. Joseph's Parish . Council, Catholic Women's League, will be held on Monday tn.; the parish hall. Mrs. A. W. 9 V due Downpour Reversible Raincoats from New York - .' On Sale at J6.95 .. ' ' iA '. Beige on one side, gay print on the other . . . both sides wearable, both . sides water-repellent Two coats in one ... at one wonder-low price. The fabric's cotton and rayon treated for lasting, rain-repellency. Sizes 6 tol8. Friday ....... 1S.9S OTHER SMART RAIN FASHIONS Trench Coats to : 24 JS ' Raincapes - in black and jyhite check and navy with red lining ......... 1 65 Budget Shop MONTREAL, April 2nd If you have something you are pining-for (and what gal hasn't?) perhaps a new bedroom suite, a new living-room rug, maybe a stunning new spring outfit you can turn a yearning into a reality with a BANK OF MONTREAL Family Finance Plan loan. This modern, low-cost clan i life insured for vrrnr nmtM-t inn and payments can be made in regular monthly instalments spread over two years, or even longer. It's better money-management to borrow rather than spend your savings. Why not discuss it with friend hubby tonight, then visit your 'neighbourhood B of M tomorrow and arrange for your Family Finance Plan loan. ' -,, RECENTLY I SAW AN EXCERPT FROM THE ONTARIO LEGISLATION ON IMS PACKAGING OF MARGARINE. Now-manufacturerr inust state on their package exactly what tvna - of oil goes into the margarine. Manv margarines which I thought were top quality margarines contained fish oils.- edible tallow, or lard. One marsarine that hit alwavM been made of pure, 100 oils is BLUE BONNET. That's -vegetable why I recommend Blue Bonnet. It gives you the nutritional benefits of a margarine made only with pure vegetable oil. And you'll love Blue Bonnet's natural,' feunny-sweet flavor. Buy it in the one pound package of quarters, or the thrifty three-pound package. BELIEVE IT OR NOT, there is a vegetable original oQ bitUaelf. f. 1 . 1 . .T s It' LIBBY'S, SAUERKRAUT, special even wiuioui a thing . added. Libby's Sauerkraut is crisp white cabbage madei mellow and slightly tart tasting with vin- egar and spices. And team up Libby's Sauerkraut with sausage or jtny cold meat and you have a hearty sandwich out of thia wnrM rtr nu I IViKir'a ' C....i..... hot with meatWhen you do serve it hot, be sure to Just warm it through. That way you save all its healthycoodness and flavouTTmt your faffillydTrXibliyTauerkTaurtre -rone" day this week. By the way it's a real bargain. Far your FREE Saoarkriiri raeipe folddr write: Sauerkraut R.cip.t, Dt. CY !'Lbi5N,"L Llbby Canada, Limited, 330 Richmond Street, Chatham, Ontarie. , DIDN'T COST A CENT 300 pounds-plus of clothes, golf "cTubs j " "jicn my iriena and her family went vacationing on CANADIAN NATIONAL, .She" and her husband each checked through 150 pounds of luggage free on their ticket. Th plus pounds? Baby's favourite teddy bear and the free hand baggage. CN'a luggage allowance sounds ideal. CN Red, White and Blue fares Will impress you too! . . r especially Red Bar-" gain Day fares! Phone CN Passenger Sales now and ask for your Red,. White and Blue Calendar of Savings. It's to cleverly inexpensive to .go Canadian National the way of the worry-i free. - - . - - THERE'S ALWAYS A GOOD REASON FOR POPULARITY . . rciilADIAllCURIT mere are intra i ior the popularity of Blight's MANOR ST. DAVIDS Claret Because it's a 'wine of the country, made from grapes grown -in-the Niagara Peninsula. Manor SK Davids' Is priced low enough" to suit, most, budgets.. But above all. It i 1 -good . . a fc-M-'A Kerr, chairman of the nora." inating comm.i;tee, war pre-, sent a slate of officers. Grace Hospital Women's -AuxlTTary's annual - tea and money shower will be held - at the Suff Residence. II 5S Wellington Street. oq'Tue- day from 2 30 to 5 p.m. Pro- ceeds will benefit the hojpi-jtal and its expansion pro-; .gram.'-. fursTfursfurs - - 144 Sparks St. 236-7166 Third Floor i VwCVT A good red table wine that's -de licious served fwith steskt. chops orham-' burgers . . ."red meat of lanv kind. v . j ,rvra-my -winf-iraw inenas approve. When I serve Manor SI Davids. You'll be a popular hostess when you aerve this popular wine!. rA:' 'V yr TV XV A X. AXV"X UV" V AX V f. AX r a A -A f - A A U M'A A KM A A A1KK VVkivXlA . AAV . iVA 3 A f h fx- -v : -

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