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October 31, 1959 The Ottawa Citizen Page 5 Community Councils Meet Here Between 150 and 200 delegates registered for the Montreal and Ottawa Conference of the Young People's Union of 1 the United Church annual convention Friday in Parkdale United Church. Delegates from Montreal, Granby, Shawville and from centers in between are attending the weekend, convention. Rev. Buchanan of BeaureNorman, presented the convention theme "High Calling of God" in three addresses. Delegates divided into five groups today to discuss faith and evangelism, stewardship and training, missions and world outreach, citizenship and community service, recreation and culture.

The election of officers will be held tonight following the banquet at which Arnold Froom of Ottawa will be the main speaker. Free Showing Of Color Film At Glebe Aud Local congregations have arranged for a free showing of the color film "Divine Will International As Assembly of Jehovah's Witnesses" at the Glebe Collegiate auditorium today at 7 p.m. The film gives the highlights of the monster Jehovah's Witnesses assembly in Yankee Stadium and the Polo Grounds in New York City in the summer of 1958 for eight days. Attending the assembly were 250,000 persons from 123 different countries. Clarence Poitras, presiding minister of Riverside congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses, describes the film as informative and educational.

"Better Fitting Glasses Mean Better Vision" Sutherland -OPTICIANS137 Sparks St. CE 2-0866 278 O'Connor St. CF 6-3512 CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE THE GOSPEL TABERNACLE 600 BANK STREET SUNDAY a.m. MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE-11 a.m. Beauty of Unity" Evangelistic p.m.

Single Solitary Rev. Donald B. Irvin, Pastor of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church in Warren, Ohio, will be Guest Speaker at both services. SEE FREE FILM Divine Will International Assembly of Jehovah's Witnesses in color million persons at world's largest Christian convention Today at 7 p.m. HEAR BIBLE TALK "When is God's Will to be Done on Earth?" by Laurier Saumur Sunday, November 1st at 3 p.m.

Circuit Assembly of Jehovah's Witnesses Glebe Collegiate Auditorium, Carling and Bronson Avenues ALL PERSONS OF GOOD WILL WELCOME Dr. Edward S. Mercantini, B.A., M.D., announces the opening of his office, for the practice of Diseases of the Skin, at 339 MacLaren Street. Telephone: CEntral Ban Lifted SINGAPORE (AP) The government has lifted a ban on 227 Communist Chinese books, imposed by the former government before this British colony became partly, independent last May. PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLIES OF CANADA BETHEL TABERNACLE 379 WAVERLEY ST.

OFF BANK REV. GORDON R. UPTON PASTOR 7 P.M. Pastor, the Upton subject: Speaks "THE FOUR HORSEMEN of the Apocalypse" Who Are They? What Do They Mean to the World? Don't Miss This Bible Message of Great Missionary Significance Music by the Tabernacle Choir, Vocalists and Instrumentalists. Organ Prelude with Harry Brown at 6.30 p.m.

Hear "Hymns of a.m. Sundays 9.45 a.m.-Sunday School and Adult Bible Classes 11.00 a.m. COMMUNION SERVICE "A Bible Believing Church with A Bible Teaching Ministry" TIME has enriched the Beauty and Reverence of BEECHWOOD CEMETERY Progress of our city has not disturbed the traditions and quiet dignity of Beechwood cemetery. Here expanding facilities make it possible to offer to families pre-arranged facilities for final resting place that is rich in tradition. We invite your consideration and enquiries.

OFFICE HOURS: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 12 0000 Saturdays. Telephone SE 6-0201.

SEASONAL DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE If you are planning a Monument or Marker this important message is for you: It would be wise to order now and obtain our seasonal discounts on all monuments and markers. Ask for Our Booklet on How To Choose A Monument. J.P. LAURIN LIMITED 213 YORK STREET Telephone CE 4-0417 COMPLETE ARRANGEMENTS AT REASONABLE, CONSIDERATE CHARGES THE Radmore Stewart FUNERAL HOME 1319 Wellington Street PA 8-8077 Knox Church Greets Its Former Minister Knox Presbyterian Church will welcome back as a visitor a former minister in the person of Rev. Professor Colin F.

Miller who will be guest speaker when Knox Church marks its 115th anniversary Sunday. Knox Church, named after the founder of Presbyterianism, was founded as a result of the disruption of the Church of Scotland in 1843, a church dispute which soon spread to Canada and flared with considerable feeling in most Scottish settlements. The first meeting of worship was held on Sunday, November 10, 1844 in the British Wesleyan Chapel on Rideau Street at the corner of Mosgrove Street where the Metropolitan Store now stands. Mr. Miller and his family came to Knox Church from Auchtergaven Parish, Perthshire, Scotland in February, 1948 and remained here until 1955 when Mr.

Miller was appointed Dean of the Chapel at Hamilton College. He was succeeded by Rev. H. Douglas Stewart who was called to the church from Victoria Church, Toronto in 1956. Mr.

Miller was appointed professor of Philosophy and Religion at Hamilton College this year. ROME (Reuters)-The Ecumenical Council called by Pope John to reunite the Christian Church will take at least three more years to prepare, the papal secretary of state, Domenico Cardinal Tardini, told a press conference Friday night. To be held in St. Peter's Basilica, it will constitute an invitation to all separated Christians Orthodox and Protestant to reunite within the Roman Catholic Church, he added. it's C.

Caplan Rideau St. BLOSSOM PARK Rev. Marcel Gauthier, parish priest of St. nard's Church, stands before the new church that will be officially opened and blessed by Archbishop M. J.

Lemieux on Sunday, November 8, at 3 p.m. The new church is located just off the Metcalfe Highway (Bank Street CHURCH OPENS tawa, in Blossom Park. It was opened to its 200-family congregation on March 29 this year, and has a spacious basement hall and kitchen facilities. Father Gauthier's rectory is attached to the church. Archbishop Lemieux will officiate at benediction before the blessing extension), two and a half miles south of Ot- ceremony.

-Photo by Newton Religious Instruction Books Rapped TORONTO (CP)-Doris Dodds, president of the Ethical Education Association, claims books used for religious instruction in suburban Toronto schools teach children to despise Asians and Jews. Mrs. Dodds said Friday her organization is preparing a study of the Ontario public school religion program, which authorizes the books, to present to the United Nations. The Ontario education department authorizes six books a series called the "teachers' guide to religious instruction--for use in grades one to six where education boards choose to teach religion. Suburban Toronto schools are the only ones in Ontario that do.

The six books are published by Eyerson Press, owned by the United Church of Canada. They were prepared partly from books designed for use in the United Kingdom. Mrs. Dodds says the books teach the doctrine of the divinity of Christ, which is not held by quakers, Universalists, some Lutherans and Unitarians. Papal Post Accorded Von Papen VATICAN CITY (AP) Franz von Papen, Nazi Germany's ambassador to Turkey in the Second World War, has been reinstated as a chamberlain to the Pope, Vatican sources.

The veteran former diplomat's name was said to have been added by Pope John July 24 to the list of the 143 privy chamberlains of sword and cape. Von Papen was named a privy chamberlain by Pope Pius XI in 1923 but his name was removed from the roll in 1938 when von Papen was serving Hitler. Pope John and von Papen are friends dating from the period when the Pope was the apostolic delegate in Istanbul von Papen was German ambassador there. No Neutrality Says Jap PM MACKINAC ISLAND, Mich. (Special) Prime Minister Nobusuke Kishi of Japan has cabled a message to the special session of the strategy planning conference of Moral Rearmament here.

He said: "In the ideological war there can be no neutrality nor co-existence. "The democracies are on the defensive because of the lack of a moral ideology superior to communism. If we are to win in the decisive struggle for the future of mankind, the leaders of the free nations must pay special attention to the world of Moral Rearmament. Senator Shidzue Kato read the message to 900 delegates from 42 nations attending the conference. Baptists Ending Crusade Sunday At Fourth Ave.

Baptist churches in Ottawa and vicinity will wind up their United evangelistic crusade Sunday night with the closing service being held in Fourth Avenue Baptist Church at 7.30. Services, have been held throughout the past week under the leadership of Rev. Walter J. Main, formerly of Scotland and now evangelist and conference speaker on the staff of Moody Bible Institute, Chicago. The crusade has been held under the auspices of the Ottawa Association of Baptist Churches, in celebration of the Baptist Jubilee in Canada and the United States.

Arrangements for the crusade have been carried out by the Association Committee on Evangelism under the Chairmanship of Pastor K. J. Symons. Save- Save-Your-Hair-Week Starts Here Monday RCAF PERSONNEL RAISE CHURCH FUND IN HURRY Personnel at Canada's air division headquarters in Metz, France, dug deep for a little pre-Hallowe'en shelling-out on Tuesday. A call for aid was heard from the priest of the Church of St.

Lambert in a nearby French village. The ancient heating system of the small church had fallen into a state of hopeless disrepair. The appeal struck a responsive chord for a special reason. When the NATO Headquarters was first set up, Roman Catholic personnel at Metz had no chapel of their own, and the Church of St. Lambert served them as a place of worship for several years.

Many Canadian weddings and christenings took place there. When it was determined that a sum of $300 would buy space heaters and fuel tanks to heat the church, a committee of headquarters personnel raised $325 from Air Force church groups, messes, clubs and individual donations in less than a day. By The Canadian Press Mrs. W. Apps Mrs.

William Apps of 315 Mona Street, a resident of Eastview for the past 27 years, died at her home on Thursday after a brief illness. She was 92. Born in Rigaud, the former Marie Edesse Sabourin was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Hyacinthe Sabourin.

Twice married, her first husband was the late Ovila Richard. Her second husband, William Apps, died 10 years ago. She leaves one son, Rene of Eastview and six grandchildren. The funeral was held this morning from Racine and Robert Limited, 300 Olmstead Street, Eastview to Notre Dame de Lourdes Church, Eastview. Burial was in Notre Dame Cemetery.

Teen-Age Marriages Where Are They Sleeping To-Night? They just got married this morning. Where will they sleep tonight? It hadn't crossed their minds. What will they do for money? They hadn't thought of it. Are they in love? Oh yes, violently, passionately. What's in their future? Loneliness and tragedy.

What is to blame? YOU. No social problem in America today is more frightening than the rapid rise in teen marriages. No family is exempt from the bitter consequences. The current issue of McCall's tells why teenagers marry, why their marriages fail, how to avoid premature marriages or save them when they become a reality. Now, today, read the incredible, documented facts in November McCall's.

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Nov. 3-Rideau Hotel 5-Revere Hotel Gets $45,000 Over 3 Years Board of Control is recommending that a contribution of $15,000 a year for a three-year period be made to the newlyestablished Youth Services Bureau set up by the Ottawa Welfare Council. Such a recommendation will go to City Council on Monday as a result of a report on the "essential need" of the bureau provided by Dr. R. A.

Kennedy, city MOH, H. P. Goodfellow, social services commissioner and J. A. Dulude, commissioner of Recreation and Parks.

The action is being taken by the board in spite of the fact that the Central Council of Service Clubs did not meet a request that it contribute $5,000 towards the cost of setting up and maintaining the bureau, designed to deal with mounting youth problems in the city. LISTEN, DEAR NOTHING BEATS ANTALGINE TO RELIEVE PAINS, -AND DON'T FORGET THAT ANTALGINE GIVES VERY FAST RELIEF AND DOES NOT DEPRESS Ca sale everywhere 15 fer 354 48 for 954 ANTALGINE Your Independent Agent Serves YOU First! Over 50 Years of Service Harry S. Binks Son INSURANCE 111-3 Metcalfe St. CE 2-3874 "Insure in SURE Insurance" Member of the J. STUART RINKS The Ottawa Insurance Agents Assoc.

Don't Add to the 2,000,000 Bald Canadians, Expert Urges FOR BALDING HEADS LIKE THESE, a "Save-Your-Hair Week" has been announced. As long as you have some hair, expert R. 0. Kelly says you have an excellent chance Ge to grow thicker hair with new methods of treatment. What Causes Baldness? How many times have you heard men attempt to explain their loss of hair with one of these remarks: baldness runs in my family, so I just have to accept it" or "Well, it's natural for a man to lose his hair as he gets along in years" "If you're going to be bald, you're going to be bald, and there's nothing you can do about it So many men have said such things for so many hundreds of years, these old ideas still are widely believed.

But they are not supported by modern knowledge. True, few men do inherit a scalp structure that may predispose to early baldness. But any such tendency can be overcome by proper hair care. As for the excuse of age, it is established now that men's hair naturally, grows fastest in the years from 35 to 65. And certainly much can be done to stop hair loss, as the careful records kept by Kelly Hair and Scalp Specialists prove.

Experts Answer Your Hair Questions Free As a feature of "Save-YourHair Kelly Hair and Scalp Specialists offer a free consultation service. All you have to do is take your questions in person to their office, 300 Transportation Building, and let the Kelly expert give your scalp a complete examination. Since your scalp, like your fingerprint, is not same as anybody else's, the examination must come first. These are the questions most people want information about: 1. How often should you wash your hair? 2.

Which kind of shampoo is best? 3. Is brushing necessary? Desirable? 4. What can be done about oily scalp? 5. What about dry scalp? 6. Are "Tonics" and dressings helpful? 7.

Does it help to cut hair short? 8. When is dandruff dangerous? 9. Can your hair be thickened? 10. What is a scalp treatment like? Take this list along with you Monday to see Kelly Hair Experts. Moderate Rates Convenient Payment Plans Call for Appointment KELLY 48 RIDEAU STREET FREE EXAMINATION The Real Causes "Actually the two most common causes of baldness," says hair specialist R.

O. Kelly, "are neglect and mistreatment of hair. "It's sad, but true, that most men don't take care of their hair as well as they know how -and they really don't know know how either. For some reason, neither parents nor schools teach young people even the elementary do's and don't's of hair care. "Consequently most men don't get very far along life without hair trouble.

They become 'balding' then just plain bald. And usually do nothing about it except perhaps experiment with some harsh 'tonics' and cure-alls." Don't Resign Yourself This internationally famous specialist urges that you do not resign yourself to baldness unless you are already bald. Get help for your hair Kelly Hair Specialists help. Go in and talk with the Kelly expert during "Save-Your-Hair Listen to his analysis of your scalp condition. Ask him your questions about hair care All without the slightest obligation.

Special Home Treatment For People Who Live Out of Town or Travel To help hair-worried men and women who travel a lot, or live out of town, the Kelly specialists have developed a highly effective combination home-and-office treatment. How It Works You begin with a thorough personal examination. After that, only occasional check-up visits to the office are necessary sometimes just the one examination visit. The rest you do at home. Kelly Hair and Scalp Specialists home treatment has saved the hair of hundreds of men who were able to take regular office treatment.

Men and women from the towns and cities around Ottawa have been lavish in their praise of the home method. Now is the time to carry out your resolution to something about your For Monday marks the beginning of "Save Your Hair sponsored by Kelly Hair and Scalp Specialists, one of the country's leading hair authorities. They're offering every inducement possible to get people, to wake up and save their hair. Interviewed in his Transportation Building office here, director R. O.

Kelly explained the program this way. "About three miNion Canadians are already bald or soon will be. And I doubt if you'd find one who does not regret his condition. of Come In at Your Hair PERMANENT OFFICE AT Can Prevent Baldness "But the shocking truth is that most of these bald people need not have lost their hair. Although baldness cannot be 'cured' it can certainly be prevented.

We're doing it all the time in the offices of Kelly Hair and Scalp This dynamic specialist has been working with hair-worried men and women for many years. But he still can't understand why, almost everybody puts off getting expert help for his hair. "The most conspicuous thing about hair trouble is that it's progressive," Kelly declared. Common disorders like dandruff itching lead to hair loss. OF, And once hair loss starts, it doesn't stop voluntarily.

It has to be stopped. Don't Put It Off "So your hair is in better condition today than it will be next month, or even next week. That's why we urge you to see a Kelly specialist before more damage is done see him this week during "Save- Your Hair Week'. "Then you won't wake up a few years from now and find yourself bald and painfully aware that you need not have been." Offer Demonstration Treatment For $4.00 During the "Save-Your-Hair Week" only, the Kelly Hair and Scalp Specialists offer a complete scalp treatment for $4.00 to any eligible man or woman. Here's the way to get.

Visit the Kelly Hair and Scalp Specialists office, 300 Transportation Building, this week any time between 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. (10 to 3 Saturday). Have the Kelly specialist your scalp and give findings. examine, If your condition is "hopeless" he'll tell you so frankly.

About five per cent of those he examines are hopeless. Check Yourself Here and Now! Can't quite decide whether your hair needs specialist's attention? In general, it can he said that if you're concerned about your hair, you have good reason to be. Have noticeable dandruff? Scalp hard, tight? dry and straw like? 0 Hair excessively greasy? Lose much hair in washing? Lose much hair in combing? 0 Getting "highbrow? Thin spot on crown? If you've, checked even one of these conditions, you should see the Kelly Hair and Scaip Specialists during "Save Your Hair Earliest Convenience and Scalp Specialists 300 HOURS: TRANSPORTATION BUILDING 11 A.M. to 8 P.M. SATURDAYS, 10 to 3.

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