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April 3, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 4

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4' GERMAN STAR BRILLIANT the public scene in Thursday night with a LAWN FERTILIZER : 6-7-640 Ibi... 2.25 PEAT MOSS 4 to. . fAiAW - 2.85 WE DELIVER ' 27 TORI ST. 236 0454 Give ;the same superb qualities in an . c.i..Mjvr -JL- ...J exciting Mexican dance , mi., jtuiicuuui icr CACtuica, brilliant' double - sachows.l The "ashing blades and dash Ritchie FOR ALL YOUR LAW N GRASS SEED FERTILIZER EQUIPMENT IC1AC ing tempo build to a breath taking climax twn number "Santa's Dream. Janice Murphy, Paul Cripwell, Carol Bergin. Susan Kennedy. Mary Lynne Petrie. Gary Ber gin. Kimberiey Kieity. Lynne 4 rl M in to Foil ies I ce Spectacle Thrills Auditorium Crowd . ' ( . . . 'By NEVILLE HAMILTON ' of The Journal double'- toe loops, axles, and The Ottawa Public Schools j spirts' with siath spirit and power Skating; Club made delightful la. in lonUaTf n ki-9tk1c H rnnt i rhn I inn under the direction The Minto Follies returned to- fci. 1 ,. u ';j.' Li r.uiwta H.iohrf . ' 'Wendy G-nner'rr TorontoJ In "production entiUed ."Chil- p'roduc'-.h-.i... h-u rani,An n H "rfn ' Other-Lands the American skating crownsJieanced witj Notflfrn commercial movie sssur- skate blade. '',": for a, number o(-year.ka(rdniei- "u ir,ieir e, re- Jr4hortfiiriy com- right into the .hearts of the aM.ma. kablexed?.!on. bines the ma8n,f,cent excellence ld.en.ee.- - A"d ,.T.nf ij j . . . f-ntrwrrt - ti-iTm ! made their mark, so did the of world.nd Olymp.c cham-.GRACEFlL SKATER .n Sen0f Group pions with the dedicated deter- M.ss Criner is what you a flowmg waltt number. mmatiorrof new talent. might., call sopk.sucated Musjc. 50 important t0 .the : And the de.ighted audience ska,. moving with such ele-.?skater, m ,heir exacting num paked into the auditorium wel- gane and grace a would befit ; bers, Was. expertly and brightly corned the show back with long a prima ballerina. She, a I so provided by SL C. O Hunt and .applause, throaty cheer an 4. pulled a show-stopper in the his' orchestra "'''" excited "clap-along" participa-'second half with her.own -'in-i Few are they that are n n't tion' v ' jstant- interpretation", of cur-j struck by the.: wonderment of LAVISH SETS -.. Trent Beatle hit. . jthe graceful figure skater. Even .The costumes and sets are' The beauty of the free dance'fewer should miss this show. y lavish and colorful. The light-(was gently presented by Mari-j There i a performance to- ing is skilful and exact. A n d lyn Crawford and Blair Armi-; night at 8.30. a matinee Satur- the big production numbers are tage of Ottawa; just recently day and a final performance highly imaginative. .- . back Irom representing1 Canada In short, director - choroc-, at the World Skating champion-' rapher Donald Tobin has produced an ice spectacular glow- thralled the audience with ships. Their gliding.'sweeping inter big with excellence. He should !pretati0n of the dance provided indeed be welcomed after a one ione of ,he mon briliant mom. year absence. lents of (ne show . Headlining the show is l4i , v . . World nd Olvmnir rhamnin I Paule,,e . nd ennelh Manfred Schnelldorfer of. Mun.!01 of T0"1"-h P!aced ! iu r r ... (second in World Dance com-i ! Saturday night; Scout Movie " ';''. !- ..... Wins Praise A colof movie lasi year's Bov icn. nesi uermany. wno en-i . . . jiJamhoree in r.rr. will who h.. i yiunjux .a?t muiuii, calii rjscu " u .u- ' u j... - he flvailxhl fnr chsunn- !m , . -w. dealing with Scout World houses across Canada. . The movie was shown to a group-of Ottawa men at the iBov Scouts World Bureau. 77 TRIPLE LOOP ..Metca.'fe Street. Wednesday. AH The audience, whether it rea-!were agreed that it was an ex-lired it or not. viewed first' eellent film, instructive, enter' in the startling performance by , taming and at times deeply mov-Dr. Charles Snelling of Torpnto,'j ing. who for his. first-time, in publiciQiha. Creek Scout doing the show accomplished triple loop.! narratioffi English, the film Dr.; S n e H 1 n g returned to ! takes the vieer throuSh V . main v.nf rif th ruii-tar.iilflr active sompetition tnis yearr- " - " . 1 '1 after five year absence toi Ja"Jboree' And, " .how. raPh: win the Canadian men's title. i'c- he inthe.rm'n ,nd - f . , . ,.ji,i ' good comradeship that develop. His performance in this years. . ., r . , rw... .t. multiplicify of racial stocks, re-' ed to Thursday nights appear- lijion an nationalities. . ' . nce- ( . In addition to the 35 mm. For taughs and lots of them , fjin, (hat will be available to there's the mad man on' commercial theatres, a 16 mm-skates. Don Cribar. of Toronto, ! (i!m js aiso available for soci-whose . "skittering" skating is teties, clubs and other similar developed 'around a couple of organizations. . hilarious' skits. - . ' -And these are Just the head-liners. . ' There '"the backbone of our show" (quote Director Tobin) the Minto Folliettes in three free-wheeling numbers $3,500 Fellowship For Cornwall Man CORNWALL (Special) A National Research Council of There is also an impressive Canada post-doctoral overseas showing of local talent frormhe fellowship' has' been awarded" Minto Club in a ma)or produc-t0 Jack Martin Miller, formerly of Cornwall, currently completing studies leading to a doctor of philosophy degree in organic chemistry at McGill University. The fellowship is valued at Cowden and Paul Bonenfant are $3,500 for one year and. is reassurance Ottawa will continue newable for a second year. Mr. to be pions. a city of skating cham- Miller will, do research at Cam bridge University in England. ,IN. THE vTTAWA JOURNAL PLACED ON PROBATION Two EastvJSw youths were given suspended sentences and placed, on ' probation for one year , periods by Eastview Magistrate Williams Thursday, Guy .Gravellenrrbf 339 Bor-den Street, pleaded guilty to car theft and James Feeny, 16, of 396 McArthur Avenue, pleaded guilty to theft of ffB. cases of soft drinks from -a delivery truck and to"caisng, a disturbance by fighting On Eastview High School- grounds. Parents of both boys assured the magistrate they would provide stricter guidance for. the pair. v- 2-YEAR SENTENCES Three young men all in their early 20s were each sentenced 4. if J TITNESSJAND SPORT DIRECTORATE " Roger. Dion of Hult. acting director of the 'gov- . emment's Fitness and Amateur Sport Directorate has ;. been appointed director succeeding Gordon Wright. Mr.. Dion's assistant director-Miss Jean Carmichael rf Ottawa, succeeds Dr. Doris Plewes who 'retired. Mr. Dion is aformer University of Ottawa lecturer ntid director of the Hull Recreation Commission. Miss , - Carmichael has run physical education programs at ' tpe universities of British Columbia, Western Ontario.'o, Toronto and McGill. . ; ; V. i to two ye.ars: less a day in Ontario Reformatory by Magis trate Strike in Ottawa Magistrate's Court after he convicted them Thursday of robbery of $135. ; .,-; -. "Peter " Petrie, . 21. of 3032 Crown Crescent, Donald Moore, 2ff, of-JJLWoodlawn Avenue and Gordon . Brownrigg,. 22.- of 306 Prince Albert Street, ' were found guilty of the Jan. 25 robbery of .Desmond Curley, 22, of 33 Grange Avenue. Police evidence was the trio robbed Mr. Curely after driving the young man to Ottawa from a Hull night cHib. - "To use a common expression, you rolled this man." Magistrate Strike said.- Journal Want Ads q'uick results. ' bring Famous GARRARD TYPE "A" MK II CHANGER Reg. J Price $79.50 i:ow$S2).50 . Limited Quantities Ottawa' studio Headquarters - I P 278 Soarki Street at Kent CI69511 PLAN CANCER DRIVE day i. 'I' :1.M Hope Daffodil Sunday Will Aid Campaign Sam Berger, campaign chair man of the Car'leton Unit of the Canadian Cancer Society, sai' today he hoped Ottawa an area rchurches"will " mark Sun day, April 5, as Daffodil Sun its symbol in the fight against. carjcr'. he pointed out. Churches could help underline the fact -that April is Cancer Month, he added. .. , The Carleton ; Unit will be shooting for an objective , of $88,500 when 3,000 canvassers knock on. .doors throughout the city and county Apririt and 15. Last year's-objective of $79,500 was exceeded by .'10 per cnt. . The Hull Unit is striving for an objective ot r l.TOOlhajy 'p- : amount collected last yea"r ' when the objective was $j5.-000, Mrs. J ustine Landry, ad ministrative secretary, said .to-; day. :;"",-;.- , . The Hull area campaign opens April. .8., when Health Minister LaMarsh will address a Sorop- timist Club dinner; Daffodil Day Will be April 10 when daffodils will be sold on Hull. Gatineau and Gatineau Point strerr,-,nd canvassing, will-be conducted AprB 15 to 30 by 500 canvassers, she said. . ' ,.' .' Aylmer unit s blitz will be "The daffodil has been adopt- held on the night of .April 30. ed by the Ontario . Division of The objective In Aylmer Is the Canadian .Cancer .Society as JI.500 York University Increasing Fees .TORONTO (CP) President Murray Ross announced Thursday that tuition; fees. at York University will be increased to $550 from $500, starting September.;: .,- ,. . ,. Dr. Rossjsaid in an inter- my expectation that most , Ontario s universities will, increase their fees this year." He said the increase is being made because of general higher costs in education. . ' ;- ',?,- r Journal Want Ads bring quick results, STARTING MONDAY, APRIL 6lh ROM 12.00 NOON 10 9.00 P.M. 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