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April 3, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 21

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Nilon tricot laminated wool collar, cuffs and front. : Loden, sage, beige or MEN'S rs a ri i in.rvi ' MOKTT DOYS' LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS m BOYS' CASUAL COTTON SLACKS Tapered, cufflets, casual slacks with belt loops in sanforized cotton cord. Solid loden, charcoal, black or blue and checks. Sizes 8 kH years. , , jacket in reijular style with waistband, pockets and nipper ;; . , . ,,a brown in sizes 36 to 46. 7 Neat woven cliecks and colourful prints in preshrq,nk cotton. Tailored collars and cuffs. Sizes 8 to 16. 2.96 LITTi-EDOYS' LAMINATED NYLON JASKETs 2-97 Club jacket with rayon lining, tipper closure, knit collar, cliffs and waist band. Brown, blue, loden in sizes 4 to 6X. Ak.'. Ml . 3.66 .' u..r - Ti baj fc'iair -ir ." " MAlAA VAA - .....,.,.'...... , i , , ... ' . - .... , . . 'r: f ,- -- f ' l-- .....,.....,,.... j..' . oft. ..; .; ." r- , . " '". ' ' ' " '. r " FRIDAY. APRIL 3. fy64 . . 'TE OTTAWA JOURNAL- - ". 1 - , '. ' I ' ' -21 ' .' 7ir"T ' v ' ' ' ' . ... . .. .. t . . . . v . ( MILES ALLAN Miles Allai Heads ' Milfs AiUfl has been elected presjdertfof tle Onawa Lions. --irlub lor 1964 to suc'ceed-Wally dwards. - . . : Doug-Allen, JacH ClarVe and Ben Sor'ennen were elected vice-presidents. Other directors of the club are Blair Erskine. Don Keye$, Leo Mar'tel. Ted McCadden. Sam Pankhurst. Herbert Per-eirai Ted Smith and Bill Scriv en MY ANSWER QLF.STIOS: 1 haie been ill for, the past few years, and I' Just know that (od is pun.sh- injt . me for something 1 don't know what. I have,asked Him to forgfve rpe if I have done anything wrong,- but I m will in pain I just fcfl like 1 can hardly" bear any - more affliction: ' . -T.T. ANSWER: Sickness 1? the lot of man. Job said: "Man 1 a few days and full of trouble." Most people are i!t at some time or other, and affliction doesn't mean, necessarily, that God n judging you for some evil in your life.. The Bible" says: ."Many are the afflictions of the righteous." Some -of liod'a moi -devout taints have suffered great pain, but they learned to use their affliction constructively.; When the plague struck Greece in ancient times, and half the population was wtped ouk" Thucydides the chronicler wrote: "It was in those, tha't had the plague, and. were recovered that th sick and dying found the most compassion." . Affliction makes you ak;n with all mankind, flet.on top of vour pain instead of being crushed by it. In love's service wounded soldiers always serve best. All around you are people worse off than you. Loose yourself by helping them in some way, arid' you will find your infirmities easier to bear. You have been too close to them. As you g?t closer to fellow-sufferers, you will find your own sufferings to be less severe.. . ; (Copyright) . , Charge Hoffa Aide Offered Juror Bribe r . ' CHATTANOOGA. Tenn. if) A federal grand jurv Thurs dav indicted Charles (Chuckie) O'Brien, an intimate associate of Teamsters Union President -James R. Hoffa on charges of offering a juror $25,000 to upset Hoffa's recent Jury-tampering conviction here O'Brien, constant companion of Hoffa's at the latter's trials here and previously at Nash ville, posted a $15,000 bond with U.S. Commissioner M .Arnold Morgan and was leased:. His arraignment date was not aefimmediately. Hoffa and three co-defend nLs were convicted of jurv tampering 'in Hoffa's 1962 con apiraey trial in Na.slwille and have been sentenced to prison Their motions for new trials, overuled bv .the presiding Judge, have been appealed. sutioco F. W. ARGUE LIMITrn 1 Fuel Merchants . v 23 Bank St. ' CE2-5777 Best in . PIANOS, Tuning nd Repairs IT! SPARKS STREET . ' 232-423! ) . s ' iMA.SAA 4 ..w Uons a as Til IS PRICES EFFECTIVE TONIGHT AND SATURDAY WHILE QUANTITIES LAST OPEN 10 A.M. 1 i fm. iW - Softly textured Ban-Ion polo siiirts by a -famous Canadian maker . . never need ironing. Three-button neck opening and-fashion collar. Red, blue, white, banana, beige or oliwin sizes S, M, L and XL. 'i v. v V. paqoM GIRLS' COTTON POPLIN CAR COATS Brass button front closure, self-' collar style -in assorted checks and plaids. Sizes 3 . to 6X. Also available in sizes 7 to 12 at. - - Jw - t, A tSSk0'M'Mmi'-' IUX; --Klmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmm aMsiMtfaastMPKSVts mJPMhhm .mmKmmmmmk0B DAS E LINE ROAD AND WOODROFFE AVE. iQUEENSVAY EAST AND MEN'S LAMINATED : I. J I I A. A. A A. A AAA S.-AA.iM A WOMEN'S ALL-WEATHER' CifiTS FEATURE SPECIAL Durable cotton poplin all-purpose coats in classic trench coats,, reversible or ''foreign intrigue" styles. Navy or beige, in sizes 10 W 18. SEAMLESS MESH rJ) pair Lots 1 sheer, first-quality . !( frylons In leg-flattering shades F of rave beige, coffee Brazil, t a n p e r-nd rpark-o-'aplce . , Sizes 8t to 1L H -AAAAnA AJIAJUI A AA.AA nrii-w"-' " BLAIR ROAD I TO 1Q P.M. DAILY 4t A ( Mil . J A V ' A' i ' i- c

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