The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa,  on February 16, 1963 · Page 2
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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 2

Ottawa, Canada
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Saturday, February 16, 1963
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- x. --1 THE CIVIL SERVICE Leslie Brown Trade Crusader By JOHN STOCKOALE ,-, l Til Journal , He' a man with a mutton trad mm ion. From 195a H. Leslie Brown ha been Trad and Commerc' Assistant Deputy Minister for export trad. t in 1M3 he' bringing leader-ship to Operation World Market which it described a on of th mot ambition trade initiative vr inaugurated by any nation. Some 200 world machinery buyer will b here in Canada. Soma 100 other world buyer wiU t sem-J pie 01 just about anything r that rnuid rnn. - f. ceivably be in l r.t (n major depart-. V Biral stare, thef" . product -of -Wet i r.'-'f- Canadian firms. l4u. , There , will b 15,000 buaines Stockdal Interview at a trad promotion conference la Ottawa. Canadian buyer will not be forgotten, though the accent U on external trade. MR. CANADA' .In en H. Leslie Brown will be Mr. Canada when the campaign open March. 33rd. Hi will be' the prime response bility for creating a Canadian image to the business, world.. He wa born in London. England. 1M3, arrived at Hosmer. BC. with hi parent in 1907, attended public tchoolt there and at Pocahontas. Alt., high eaools at Edmonton and If his parents had been able to decide which, H. Leslie Brown would .have been Cecil or Clarence. In lieu he received the same name as his father, who preferred Harry far hi own use. Thus, for purposes of differentiation, Harry Leslie Brown Junior became ; and ha remained H. Leslie Brown, ALWAYS PLANNER A planner from the start be decided that a primary aim in life should be to find a Job. he liked, with marriage to follow. HI hobble nd to W Three Re. ; ranging from rowing to riding 'and rugby. Photography I a later and persisting Interest. I lie tried shipyard apprentica-ship for two years, then moved on. He went to normal school and taught public school for two' years, graduated BA at th University of British Columbia and-TatrghrTitgtf ichool for two year, then decided a lifetime oi leaching waa sot (or bum When he tried for the trade commissioner service of Trad and Commerce in 1930 "to my amaiement I got in," he ay. "From the start I knew this was th Job I had wanted." In 1911 he wa appointed assistant trad commissioner for Mexico. In due course an. important letter' was written to fiance Ruth Fraser on Van couver Island. They were married at Mexico City in IMJ. Their son Fraser, now also a civil servant Nn Ottawa, wa born during th Mexico phase. Their daughter, now Mrs. Salle Bruhwller. also lives in Ottawa. Mr. Brown ha taken part widely in the social work of the Announcement EFFECTIVE FEB. 21st DR. G. W. BARRETT DENTIST . prtiently located at 793 li Bank 5f tclQ be located In the HOWE BUILDING Corner Second and Bank St. Phone CE4-W6. JL H. LESLIE BROWN centre where they hav lived. In Mexico City, Leslie Brown thought out a new filing system which was later adopted by th department. II held subsequent potations in London, Cape Town. Johannesburg, Buenos Aires and Caracas, as well as Ottawa. For three ysars he was commercial counsellor, then minister (commercial) at London. He was active in organising 'the 1937 Canadian trade mission to the IK. - Experience with Oper a t I o n World Market follow planning for the export trade promotion conference of 1M0. ,12 regional trade promotion conference in 19141. and four regional sample shows last year. Qualities he brings to the issignment art a flair for organisation, a facility for bringing out good work and bright ideas in large teams, a surprisingly comprehensive personal knowledge of world business- men and their businesses. NO WASTE OF TIME Says a colleague: "It will be done with precision. Because Leslie Brown is there, it can I be taken for granted that neither buyer nor teller will waste I any time." A fact of life is that 20 per cent of Canada gross national mcom derives from ixport. Increased export can raise employment and living standards. Decreased exports could equally reduce them. Evidently Canada is going to depend a lot in 19S3 on Leslie Brown. There' a confident feeling in Trade and Commerce that the. big responsibility could not be better n'aceci One-Week-Only- Of f er! Jm mm G LEN EATON ll f . This Offer Applies to ALL CLEN EATON "Seimlesi and Full-Fashioned Nylons Styles.. SEAMLESS MESH DRESS SHEER Y All 1 Qualities -Sanitized" . . , for 4asUng freshness it All 400-twedl, 13-denler ie All In Trader Beige, Coca Beige or Taupe Mist. Size to II TOP QUALITY . i WITH LOOPED ' AND "BUN-GUARD" TOE Reg. 1.19 Sala, pair , Rer..79 Sale, pair . 9SC "GOSSIP" . . . WITH LOOPED AND "RUN-GUARD"' TOE Reg. .98 Sale, pair ...... 3 tin 2.10 79 3 pin 231 TIN MONEY" . . t FOR SLIM BUDGETS. S3 3 W 1-SO for tift'tivint , .. . for party-taint for everyday wear! Monday February 18!h lo Saturday febrnary 23rd INCLUSIVE . Telephone and Mail ' Orders Accepted C Telephone CE2-9421- . . . Ask tor the Ordef Taker , Open An. Eaton Budget f Or Charge Account To- day. office inquire J-rd floor Remember Th Eatoa Guarantee: Good Satis- -factory or Money Refunded. " T.EATONC- THE OTTAWA JOURNAL See Dirt Melting Snow QUEBEC (CP) An earlier spring breakup may be possible ' couia oe an aia to eany Joel Aldrcd SeeksTory ings with ' Conservative official here. The riding wa represented in r0 i i; by the us of dirt on ic "and : tjcll approach' are characteris- snow. an Ottawa scientist says. !tjc, Henry Stubbins.. full-time The Eastern Snow Conference." executive director of the Ottawa was told Thursday by U. P uni District Community Chest. Williams of the National Re-' , search Council of the result. of1" iu hrt mPal8" H.110.000 NRC studies of the effect of the collected to help finance sun on ice and (now. the 3 member agencies whose Black or dark substances "ab-, total expenditures in the current sorb more of the sun radiant year will-exceed U.JoOOOO I the last Parliament by Liberal:,e', Ian C. Wahn, a lawyer Henry Stubbins By W. Q. KETCHl'M of Th Journal ,, Idealism leavened by 'a prac- neat .nan wni.e suosi.nces. : Mf Stubbin, h , invin. whwh snerelv refiecrt.-he-td. ! - The result Is that dirt v snow bly 'rte11y.and pleasant man. absoi ps -The surf- hear- an-"'- eeoailyihcn- Iba. go-ng- melts itself. If there is enough lis toughest. Whrn he was given dirt of dust or dark substances h present post in 1933 mixed with now nd k on ien,(d ,xecluiv MVitiAf M tavat mnA if tkakrak set enoueh sunli.hi' ih. bodit. ol -the Commun.ty Funds hd Coun, id waier.-.wiii hv ..rii.r cils of Canada, a division of uig snow in fases where it 'of H faster. f t 1 ) i he.had' k ryofl Coun-L - ' "-- HENRY STUBBINS spring breakup. j the Canadian-Wel.'ar Council. I depresaipn in the l930s".H?Teetr The NRC I working on th PREVIOUS WORK 'strongly that very individual techmcal possibility of dirty-i Before comini to Ottawa tn! has th richi ttt achieve hi 19J0, h -wa secretary of tha nope and aspirations. Social might be desirable to get rid r ..... . .w. r Iwork help to cret the proper he said. The cost!""" " " climate for such develoDment. I would probably be high and i munily Fund of Chicago. In th , there were numerous practical difficulties, but faster ( melting LMnA WnrM tl.r h ..rv.H IVIWUVIS nitUnt first as lieutenant in th RCAMC at Fort Osborne, Manitoba, and later with Ih RCAF. Northwest Air Command. . During th 11 months the Com munity Chest campaign is not being held, he Is responsible for th professional direction of campaign planning and other k. year-round administrative tunc- INOminQTICn "on- Pradoxically. he finds October, wnen tne annual Kea (By The CP) Joel Aldred.!"iher campaign is on. "one gram broadcaster and businessman.! of tha least hectic months of announced Thursday hi inten-lh year." That not tru of lion to seek the Progressive course, but h grin when he Conservative nomination inTor-l")' onto St Paul'. Ha I secretary of th cam- He mad th announcement P'n committee which Is ap-in . ini. , j pointed in January and Febru- party if a . u titmsm itiivuf ivui . year to plan policies and organize the campaign, which involves recruiting some 10,000 volun- under a new campaign ho de- chairman each year. fealed former Speker Roland ' He explains that- each cam-Michener in the 1962 federal paign chairman brings his own general election. , special strengths to the organi- . jzauon. "It is my Job to de- In Toronto, H. W.'P '"" services that will second vice-president of the St tn ,n chairman from admihi-Paul s Progressive Conserv-l,n,t'v let'1 nJ nble him tiva Association, said the asso-i10 m,ke maximum leadership ciation. does not want anyone contribution to the campaign, listed on It. He emphasized Thl r,l PPli th chest that ke, waa expressing the viewipreaidulsudumyclatloaJO of all orficer. - J him". Mr. Biggar said the date for 'INNER SECRET th nominating convention wa Chest chairmen, on the other set more than a week ago. long hand, say that Mr. Stubbin- i before Mr. Aldred' name came : the Inner ecret of Chest cam-up. He said Mr. Aldred's an-;paign successes, nouncement .uggested that a; Mr Stubbin, w i convention would be held onlyIHamilton Mn 0, j, ,nd Ctr. because he was ready to stand trud, (Roth ) Stubbins. He iur numinaiion. The names of several other candidates have been put forward to association officer. "St. Paul' has plenty of good material." he added. "We want the bet to replace Mr. Mich- f-ener. SCARED BY SUMMONS SALFORD. England (UPI) Mr. Olwyn Leggat, 39. - mother of 13 children, has agreed to pay $1.82 to cover a long-standing debt to a mail order house. "When r got the (ummon I was said tha t I -wa liable to a week MORRISSETTE DRUG STORE 275 MONTREAL ROAD Open Sunday 1 1 p.m. SH6-I103 ani SH6-ID02 DELIVERY graduated In Liberal Art from the University of Toronto and subsequently obtained a Master's degree in social service administration from the University of Chicago. Mrs. Stubbins I the former Betty White of Vancouver, who graduated from the University of British Columbia with the degree of BA. In addition she obtained 'a diploma In social work. There are two children. Jeffrey, 1!, attending Queen Elisabeth Public School and Janet, II, who attends Manor Park . Public School. . Mr. Stubbins decided to enter social work when he saw the widespread hardships due to the Drug Stores McMillan's DRUG STORE OPEN 12. P.M. 't 1293 Wellington PA9-1751 Motorized Delivery OPEN Sunday PICARD PHARMACY Open 10.30 to 8 JO p.m. 1C4 EDDY ST, HULL PR7-5273 GODWIN'S DRUG STORE Corner BAY and GLADSTONE OPEN 12 - P.M. CE21315 Pharmacie BRULE Pharmacy Lauricr Ave. E. arid Nicholas St 233-6574 and 233.7181 ' OPEN SUNDAY 10 a.m. 7 p.m. DAWSON'S DRUGSTORE OPEN 12 TIL 9" Elgin and Cooper He' is a member of th Kl-warns Club of Ottawa and of th Canadian Club. Ha is treasurer of the National Board of th Canadian -Association of Social i Worker. He 'also has member ships in the National Executive Committee of the Community Funds and Council and Fund-raising Executives of United Community Funds and Council of America . H was chairman of th pro of th Canadian Confer- SATLT.DAY, FEITIiUAIlY 16. 1333 , ence of Social Work In Winnipeg in 1!X2. At present he is chairman of the Canadian Welfare Council' commitie preparing a brief on taxation and welfare for presentation to th Royal Committee on Taxation. Mr. Stubbins has a modest cottage at Lake Bernard where he enjoys (wimming. He I a active member of the Ottswa ' '. Ski Club. His none too ample J -leisure is filled with reading and J -Tlkecping" abreast through news- 4-PPer'. magazine and reports . tV ;witn oeveiopments in n.s spe- cialized field. HYDRO PACKS MUSCLE To generate enerry equal to one kilowatt-hour of electric' y a man would have to lift 109 , pounds mor than 500 times. WANTED STUDENTS EAGER TO LEARN SAX! Look ' over our larje a selection of aaxophones today, ' $500 REWARD Up lo $500 reward for the opprehen--.ion and conviction of anyone breaking and entering any cottage or dwelling in Constance Bay, Buck-ham's Bay, Crown Point, MacLaren't Landing or Township of Torbolton at the discretion of Council.' Please phone Ontario Provincial Police or Township Clerk. D. C. DAVIS, Township of Torbolton, ' Wood! awn, ObL- IF YOU ARE FUSSY o o ABOUT THE KIND of NEW CAR YOU BUY ABOUT THE KIND of DEAL YOU GET ABOUT THE KIND of SERVICE YOU GET LET-CABELDU'S SHOW YOU WHAT THEY CAN DO FOR YOU I1 IE SPARKS, LYON and QUEEN StS. CE2-1175 , A

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