The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on March 23, 1970 · Page 24
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24 Monday, March 23, 1970 The Ottawa' Journal 5 . Blue-Eyed Beauty Miss E astern Ontario By MIKE GILLESPIE PERTH (Stiff) "I just want to be happy," 20-year-old Susan Flavell shyly told a panel of judgei ben Saturday . . . and momenta later the wss. The wlHowy, blue-eyed Kingston girl was named this year' Miss Eastern Ontario at the annual Perth pageant. ENTERED FOR FUN A pert five-foot-five, Susan, who works as a teller In Kingston bank, entered "Just for the enjoyment." She came out tops over 20 other pretty contestants from throughout the Eastern Ontario region. "My objective in life." she told panelists during a question ' period," 4s eventualy to become a housewife and have children, and be very happy." Cheryl Allen, a grade 12 stu dent at Smiths Falls and District Collegiate, was chosen first runner-up out of 10 seml-final-Ists competing Saturday night. The 17-year-old hazel - eyed student hopes ultimately to fol- Arlene Summers, a 17-year- The willowy, blue-eyed kings-old Iroquois student, was the second runner - up, while Beth Mulcahy, also 17, from Stitts-vllla was named third runner-up and Debbie Quartern) aln, IS, of Perth fourth runner-up.' St Lawrence High School student, Charlene James, of Cornwall was named Miss Congenial-ity by her fellow competitors. Charlene, 17, was sponsored by from 1969 winner, Tally Howse, wants to follow a career in so cial work. "I entered the pageant Just for the sheer enjoyment of it, said Susan, runner up in Kingston's Snow Queen contest this ear. -. - Among numerous gifts presented to her Saturday were a fur stoal, modelling course in Ottawa, trip to Niagara Falls and the use of a "Miss Eastern Ontario" car during her reign. Also chosen to compete for the crown Saturday, as semi-finalists were Karen MacMillan, of Smiths Falls. Charlene James. 1 3 Cornwall; Joanne MacDonald, Mayan; Lucille Leblanc, Pembroke; Joan Baker, Carleton Place. The finalists, after a grueling s on-stage in gowns and bathing the high school's student coun- suits, were questioned on such r 1 SUSAN FLAVELL May Expel S. Africa, Rhodesia LONDON Reuttrs South Africa has ooeo kicked eat f tlx 1)70 Davis Cup tennis competition because of Its raciai-eeparatieai policies but Rhodesia has been allowed to remain la the 1070 tearaar cil. Singled out for the greatest swimsuit appeal was Tweed's snow queen, 17-year-old Cather ine Pokcora. More than 200 spectators Jammed Perth Collegiate for both afternoon and evening events featured at the 16th annual beauty pageant. Contestants were required to model evening gowns and bathing suits, and answer spontane ous questions provided by Judg ing panelists. SOCIAL WORK Miss Flavell, who takes over the Miss Eastern Ontario title lUIUIHHMHIUtlllllllimiKmillWIHUIIIIIMIIIIIHHIlllWUIIillllUUIlWUUIIUHUIIIlllUIUUHIIIIIllllHllg 'Puffed Pot In Palace Washroom' is the place for your Til- ...w.T". .om sWf; ' . . -Zj(k.i BOjojsjjm "T.i liii bh topics as . . . the qualities you would look for in a husband, "What would you do if you inherited $30,000." and "Should women play an active role in politics." The newly crowned . "M I s s Eastern Ontario" is expected to travel extensively throughout Ontario during her reign to at tend numerous civic functions. PARIS (Reuters) While siting to be presented the Order of the British Empire by the Queen, the Beatles puffed a marijuana cigarette in a Buck ingham Palace toilet, Jchn Len- non said in an interview pub lished Sunday. Speaking to the news maga zine L'Express, he said that in principle the Beatles wanted u laugh about being decorated. But when it happens to you. when you are decorated, you do not laugh any more," he added. "We were guffawing all the same, like madmen, because we had just smoked a Joint in the toilets of Buckingham Palace," he said. "We were so nervous." Lennon told L'Express that he and his wife, Yoko Ono, will hold a "superfestival of peace" in Canada in July. Elvis Presley and Bob Dylan would attend, with profits going to underdeveloped nations, he added. Lennon' spoke about Canada several times in the interview, saying that it was like an uncle to him. "You can go to see your uncle and borrow money to buy cigarettes, while your father would forbid you to smoke and send you to lie down," he said." Dress up your home' with lovely fresh flowers for the a Easier season . . . remember your friends and dear ones with flowers that' bring the joy of Spring. From our s complete selection you can be assured the most appealing I arrangements to suit your needs for every room, for table centrepieces for, gifts. I Tropical Plants, Planter Arrange- ments, Dish Gardens, Cacti Gardens I i Easter Lilies - Hydrangeas, Potted Mums, Azaleas, Potted Tulips, Hya- cinths, Daffodils, Rose Plants I Mixed Pans . . . Complete Selec- tion of Spring Flowers. Carnations, Mums, Roses, Snapdragons, Glads Coll or phone for your order in plenty of time. Grown In our own greenhouses. EASTER SPECIAL tulips, fresh foliate A F tot's excloslve or-raoosnwat of daffodils p S I y willows, iris, a gloss bowl. 9 95 r- tlMITIO Fiowtn sa?t . ntuinoosEs 0AI0II CtBTS.ll lABDSCnPING Montreal PO Fire Negligence? MONTREAL (CP) A small fire which damaged up to 30.000 pieces of mail in Montreal's main post office was most likely due to employee negligence, po lice said Sunday night Investigators have "practi cally ruled out arson" in the Sunday morning blaze, an arson squad spokesman said. barlier, a detective com mented: "We suspect everybody." There was at first some suspi. cion the fire might have been linked to a labor dispute involv ing postal truck drivers which has disrupted mail service here since Feb. 3. Smoking is banned on the fourth floor, site of. the tire. "Someone who was smoking could have heard someone com ing and tossed away his ciga rette without making sure it was out," the spokesman said after the arson-squad investiga tion. A postal official said many ol the pieces were advertising cir culars. All the mail was des- lined for Quebec province ad dresses. LONDON (Reuters) The Davis Cup tennis nations opened the way today for the expulsion of South Africa and Rhod esia from the competition. A special Davis Cup meeting here, attended by delegates from 34 countries, passed an American proposal to set up I committee with power Id ex clude any nation whose participation "may result in the com petition being; endangered." It was d.Vided members of the committee would be the United States, Britain, France, Australia, Uruguay, The Soviet Union and- Malaysia. South Africa and Rhodesia were not specifically mention ed in the proposal. But the pur pose of th resolution is to pre vent a repetition of the disruption of hist year's Davis Cup competition, when Poland and Czechoslovakia withdrew in suc cessive rounds of the European zone rather than play Sooth Africa. Rhodesia creates problems for the competition because of United Nations sanctions and resulting travel and visa diffi culties. ... Carbon Monoxide Kills Two A man and a woman were found dead of carbon monoxide poisoning Saturday in a car parked near the Thurso railway station. Dead are Gerard Seguin, 23, of RR 2 Thurso, and Marguerite LabeUe, 23, also of Thurso. Quebec provincial poKce said the asphyxiated couple was found about 2 a.m. in a parking lot across from the Union Hotel in Thurso. Police said the car's motor was running and all windows were closed. A coroner's inquest will not be necessary, police said. 131 BANK STKFTT 130-0001 1214 CAKUN6 of WOODROfTf. 7224241 ST. UUSINT PLAZA '. 745 M?l 15 KECHW0O0 744-2200 1424 RrVHSIOf MFVI near UPLANDS 022 1 741 Mil's C0O.Mf.IB, HIGHWAY IS 025144 ETNA SPEWS LAVA CATANIA. Sicily (Reuters) - Molten lava streamed down the northeast face of Mount Etna Sunday from a new fissure, the second to appear in recent weeks. Prof. Cucuzza Silvestri. head of Catania University's Vulcanology Institute, said the fissure are part of the vol cano's normal activity and pose no danger to nearby villages. SHOP ZELLER'S and "CHARGE-IT" Use Con union! Charge Account Separatists Pick Man In Pontiac The battle for the Pontiac rid. ing seat in the Quebec National Assembly is taking shape as the parties " gather candidates for the April 29 general election. At a party convention in Fort Couktnge Sunday, the Parti Quebecois selected Jean -Marc Jean. 34, of Portage du Fort, as standard bearer for Rene Levesque's separatists in Ponti ac. Mr. Jean is a Consolidated- Bathurst employee. Five candidates will seek the Liberal party's nomination at a convention March 25 in Vin ton. Looking for a chance to de feat incumbent Raymond Johnston, minister of revenue in the Union Natkmale govern m e n t, are: Edwin Ward, of Fort Cou-longe; Jean-Guy La riviere, of Campbells Bay; Alex Tremblay, of Calumet Island; Octave Valle, of Campbells Bay; and Eugene Pigeon, of Calumet Island. Biggs Fled Bounty Hunters? SYDNEY, Australia (Reuters) The Sun-Herald says that Ronald Biggs, a fugitive of Britain's Great Train Robbery, has fled to' Indonesia to escape from a group of bounty hunters who were closing in on him near Darwin. The newspaper says Biggs bribed the owner of a light plane to fly him to Indonesian territory last Sunday. It said that at least four bounty hunters, who believed they would qualify for a substantial reward from five London banks if they caught Biggs, had been looking for him in Darwin in north Aus-tialia in competition with Scotland Yard and Australian police detectives. FOR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT Stuart. Igglesias receives , the Dr. H. M. Tory " Award for outstanding academic achievement at Carleton University from Carleton president, Davidson Dun ton. (Journal Photo by Dominion Wide) NY Papers Threatened By Strike NEW YORK (AP) Inter national Typographical U n i on printers and mailers have voted to go on strike against New York City's major newspapers if negotiations fail to produce new contracts by March 30. Typographical Local voted 475 to 4 Sunday to strike, while Mailers Local ( voted 102 to 1 for the walkout. The strike . . authorizations were the first to be given by nine craft unions and the News paper Guild of New York which are engaged in negotiations with the Newspaper Publishers' Association of New York City, Fairchild Publications and the Morning Telegraph. Association newspapers ore the New York Times, The Daily News, the New York Post and the Long Island Daily Press,. Court News SHOPLIFTING Shoplifting more than $200 in merchandise from three Nepean stores Thursday resulted in a 5100 fine for a young Aylmer woman Friday. Mrs. Lysette Elise Kelly, of 549 Desjardins Street, pleaded guilty to three theft charges be fore Judge Carter. She was fol lowed from a K-Mart store carrying a number of unpaid-for items. In a car police found merchandise from the other stores. FRAUD CHARGES An Ottawa native who return ed from Vancouver last fall, then ran up a 5450 hotel bill which he couldn't pay. will spend the next 30 days in Jail. R. Joseph Robert, 35, pleaded guilty to four counts of obtaining food and lodging by fraud from the Butler Motor Hotel, Montreal Road, and one of defraud ing a woman of S50 with a- bud cheque. ; Judge Carter said he would have passed a stiffer sentence had not Robert been in custody since Jan. 23. Barnard: Brain Transplant Is Impossible LONDON (Reuters) Heart transplant pioneer Christiaan Barnard said Sunday transplanting - brains could not be done. Dr. Barnard, who was quoted Friday by a Paris newspaper as saying he wanted to carry out the world's first brain transplant, told reporters here in answer to a question, "of course it's nonsense." "Such a thing is impossible. In any case I am a heart sur geon, not a brain surgeon." Barnard, who flew to London for the forthcoming British publication of his biography One Life, previously denied the re port, blaming it on a mistranslation, 'v Easrview's Ex-Mayor, Lavergne Dies A former mayor of V airier. or Easrvtew as It was men called, Gordon Lavergne, died suddenly at his home, 128 Des-champs Street, Saturday evening. Mr. Lavergne, 59, apparently suffered a heart attack. He was mayor of Eastview from 1948 to 1960 and for the past six years has worked for Campeau Corporation as property maintenance manager. Mr: Lavergne is survived by his wife Yvonne, and tons Donald, Richard, Gilbert, and Leo. Funeral service will be field Wednesday at 9 a.m. in Notre Dame du St-Esprit Roman Catholic Church, Vanier. No Recession In U.S. Nixon WASHINGTON (Reuters) President Nixoo says the United States is not undergoing a recession and predicts that 1970 will be a good year for the U.S. economy. He told a news conference Saturday that he does not accept the view of some that the present 4.2 per cent unemployment rate means the U.S. is slipping into a recession. "This country is not in a recession at the present time," he said. HOSPITAL BEDS less mattress 19.00 G. H. JOHNSON'S FURNITURE LTD. Ill Murray - 237-1800 k I : f : A TWENTY MINUTES WITH GOD March 23rd-27th Christ Church Cathedral SPASKS ST. NIAK aStONSON SPIAKB RT. REV. TOM GREENWOOD, D.D. 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