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April 2, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 27

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-'V .I. MS V- 1 (V21NTO Bride : girl who comes front a (am-, ily that hut nothing. He is our- , only child and frankly we had' hoped for something better lor him. '-. v .' ' The bride's mother phoned-yesterday and asked meltn, 'send' a list of our close refa-' -UvesShe said she "was sorry we could not invite any friends . to the dinner because they are working! on a limited budget and must keep the dinner-list down. X. My husband and I are heart sick. ;Ve Are well ofr financial- modified ceremony and not ly and would like to foot tl bill for the wedding anddo it right. Please advise -NOT, HAPPY. Dear Not Happy: Send off the abbreviated Ijxt and show no tign of disappointment or unhappiness. Hie bride's par- ' entt should b . wedding they ad 8on The House of - Fine Rugs and irpeting : 724 Bank SI. 235-1841' ave the kind of can afford and B .... v CANADA! OLDEST AND MOST tPECTACt'LAB ,' " " CARNIVAL OX ICE g ..' .... . - - rnUirlng OLTMPIC (TARS AND WORLD COMPETITOR! I MANFRED SCAYNEUDORFER ' I ' OLYMPIC AND WORLD CHAMPION Wfl!PY MINER . P.. 1 ' KEN ORMSBY and PAUlfTTE OOAN . f DEBBIE WILKES and GUY REVEU I BLAIR ARMITAGE and MARILYN CRAJV'FORD I OVER MINTO Jl'NtORS prrntln( "SANTA'S DREAM" i . PUBLIC SCHOOL COl'RTI porlrSTlng ' ! -CHll. ORE! Or OTHER LANDS" . E - . MINTO CLLB SENIOR DANCERS e COMEDIAN! AND FAMOl'S MINTO fOlXIETTES AU DITORIUM APR IL 2-3-4 8.30 pjn. Matinee April 4 2.30 p.m. Evenings" $1.50 -$2.00. $2.50; Box Seats $3.00 Matinee $1 .00 $1.50 - $2.00; Box Seats $2.50 : '.',:. V;:'. , All' Rawrvtd ; . . PHONE AL'DIT.ORnJM BOX OFFICE FOR TICKET RESERVATIONS 232-7118 Parent Make Decision " Dear Ann Landert: Our son you should go along with it ding plant ihey wish. The girl i. - i i-T" ' . - ora-iiiivlv - - decervea a ereat dral of rrrdil Is planning to marry a nice Dear Ann- Landert: very handsome ton is going to marry a nice girl who was crippled in an accident dur ing. childhood. The girl is hot noticeablydeformed but "she ' has a bad limp. This does not ;eem( to matter to my son.' The girl's mother is mak-ins arrangements for a church wedding and it appears thaTS they plan to go all out." Since the giTThas this badtlmpr-l don't you feel it would be in belter, taste if they had a the traditional one Where the bride, walks" down the aible" on "her father's arm? She could come from the side of the pulpit and be spared public display of her handicap. ' My husband says he doesn't want to get involved'1 in- thit. Do you feel 1 should mention it to my son, -to the girl or to her mother?" They, are accustomed to the girl't limp so naturally they do not see it as others do. A word from someone objective, such' as myself, seems in order. ' -' Please advise. ' - , MOTHER OF THE . . GROOM. 1 Dear Mother: Keep q u I e t ,, and let the .bride and her mother make whatever wed- gtHIIIIIIIIIIMIHtlllHIKim'MllllllllltltlllllllMttllllllMMIillllllllllHllllllinilinillli'MMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIiltg I 3th ANNUAL PR ESENTAT ION r ' Tlrkrtt Minta Club. Auditorium Box Offtr. LaTourtln ! - ' - RriUurant, Blrkt imtUm, tparki St. niiiiiiiinHNtiiiitiiiiHiniiitiinitiiitMiiinm!itniitiiiiiiititiiiiiiiiiitiiniiiMiiiiiiiiitiiMtitiMiiiiiiiiini(Kir: ( ufVe can enjoy a drive-in 'movie in mid-winter without runtiing the car engine' t If you think outdoor movies are summer entertainment only, youejMong!; The Odeon Drive-In folks have , kept their theatre open all wfnter and are keeping busy. That's , because they've got a surefire Way to beat the cold 'andfrost. A 'way ' that keeps you warm and snug in your car without having" - to resort to your car heater, without having to run your engine. . . ' The secret? A small portable 750 watt ' electric heater that is brought into yoftr caTterior along .with the sound speaker. This powerful heater circu-' lates warm air evenly throughout your. car. by ' means of a tiny buHt-in fan . wtich provides plenty of - or AN ELECTRIC HEATING SYSTEM T00J What's the cleanest, most comfortable method. of heating available today? An electric heating system, .of course. And the Odeon has this too both in their projection room and concession building. Electricity is even used to melt ' the snow on their sidewalks, ma k i ng walking .safer and easier for everyone. ' ,.'"'"; These, are just a few examples of the versatility of electric heat, the ideal' heating, system for homes, business and industry, ' Make it a point to take in a movie at the Odep'n-Drive-ln : . . you'll be glad you cfidti i J heat and proper air circu- , ; - . ' . - lation for all occupants of , the car ; . ' .' '... . THE ODEON-QU EENSWAY DRIVE-IN THEATRE ' Montreal Road ' East at' Queensway Interchange OKTAIUO IllDRO YOU UVITTER ELECTRICALLY handle. and i 'V THURSDAY, APRIL 2,1 1961 27 1 ' THE OTTAWA -JOURNAL V 4 i ' ( ' i, I i i . i P rediGhtowerPrices'-For-Vea I; Pc rk in Ari I: . (By The CP) Veal and pork . buy .for future needs as soma should be. 'readily available at; later price rise may;be ex-slightly tower prices during Pc,?'4'. April, the Federal' Agriculture v , ,ne u"e"" lne "" , Ming pjedictions for. other Department said in its month-. n., iT.m .;- ... -,.u ly food outlook bulletin. PROPOSES SECURITV : fThe bulletin" says that sea- The '-Norwegian government .sonify heavy supplies of veal., .. . ... . - : . lor adjusting to her problem.. ...; xur,y. ,,r .u, -no.. p0rk f uts wi 7remain p!en-v Our ln my opinion you are more lrg:', mothers, effective Jan. I, : tiful dunhc most of Aoril. staples during April: , Beef: Blue and red brand beef may -be slightly more ' expensive "TrTAprTT, especially in Ihe East. Cow beef should remain ' steady orTTleoline slightly in price. ' ' -Creamery butter; Buttef will be available at discount prices w..n;iwi . . . ; during April, a for two years .it- has been a'row.l at a prrcecit oi ls per cenf. Evaporated milk: Now thai production of evaporated milk is increasing Supplies are corning back to last year't levels. Prices are notlike!y to rise n the immediate future : i . Eggs: Supplies remain plentiful and "pi'ices'may remain a nwmn. man ina n i iu v. . . v. - . a.' i :, a -1 I Chicken broilers:. Supplies . are ample and prii.es ma de- " "'crease' slightly. '.. ) Turkey: Limited supplies of . heavy , turkeys may keep pr.cei near present, high lev- . . ' ' The Agriculture Department1 ' bulletin also lists apples, pota-. td"e Sjiiiions-earrets and vita-mized' apple juice as being . 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