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The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada • 4

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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i i r-i i "'T! 1 i Friday, May 11, 1562 Pase 4 The Ottawa Gtizen Names In The News epean Police In New Station I TTT Till Misa Eveline LeBlanc, dean of ftornen, Ottawa University, and Laurence Freiman. The contest will be held at the annua! dance of the Ottawa Civil Service Recreational Association at the Coliseum, May 16. Named Director An Ottawa born scientist with an international reputation in the chemistry of vegetable oils, Dr. Paul Simms, 44, has been named director of the federal Department of In addition, for the 1 1 1 time, the police have their own detention quarters. Three cells are provided in the basement for the holding of prisoners overnight.

Previously the police had to transport all prisoners to the Ottawa jail and then transfer them to Carleton County jail after their appearance in the morning. The main parking yard and driveway to the police station still requires some grading and the cable leading to the 200-foot aerial mast removed from its old location at Billings Bridge to the new station has proven defective and must be replaced. Chief John Rankin and his 1 r-Nepean police force moved into their new quarters at the new Gloucester Town Hall in Leitrira Thursday. The new quarters are far cry from the ancient rooms occupied on the top floor of the old town hall at Billings Bridge. Chief Rankin has a private office, well appointed and commodious.

There is an office for the secretary of the department, a a dispatcher's office located on the main floor of the building. In the basement is a three-car garage, an examination room, a records room, and a lunch room and lounge. Student Director The University dean of men. Rev. Jocelya Saint-Denis, OMI, 33, has been appointed acting director of student affairs.

He eeds Rev. Leonard Du-charme, OMI, who will devote his full time to teaching. A native of Maniwaki, Fr. Saint-Denis will act as liaison be tween student associations and the university administration. Health Delegates Dr.

G. D. W. Cameron, Deputy Minister of National Health, heads Canada's delegation to the 15th annual assembly of the World Health Gigaiiizsiion, hich opened Tuesday. An alternate delegate is Dr.

B. D. B. Layton of the health department. Advisers from the external affairs department are S.

C. H. Nutting, W. E. Bauer, and Miss Lise Gauthier.

C4S Director Rene Charbonneau has been appointed executive director of the Cornwall and District Children's Aid Society, replacing M. T. O'Brien who resigned recently to accept another position. A native of Montreal, Mr. Charbonneau now is executive director of the CAS at Kirkland Lake.

He takes his Cornwall duties June 18. 10 CU. FT. REFRIGERATORS PI Bureau The appointment of William H. Neville as Ottawa bureau manager of United Press International was announced today be Frank Eyrl, general manager for Canada and managing director of British United Press.

An Ottawa resident since 1939. Mr. Neville, 27, joined BUP here in 1956 and has also served in Toronto. He is a journalism graduate of Carleton University where he won several scholastic awards. Welfare Post The former executive secretary of the community funds and councils division of the Canadian Welfare Council, George E.

Hart of Ottawa, has been named associate executive director of both the Montreal Council of Social Agencies and the United Red Feather Service. He held his Ottawa post for the last four years. Presbyterian Ministry The Bachelor of Divinity degree was conferred at the annual convocation of the Presbyterian College in Montreal on Rev. W. Douglas of Dun-vegan and Rev.

Alfred Williamson of Finch. Another graduate, James W. Hutchison, who won several awards, will be ordained here at St. Andrew's Church. Thomas Pollock, serving at Moose Creek, received the college certificate and will be ordained at Lancaster.

RA Queen Judges Judges at the 1962 RA Queen of the Year contest will be Mrs. Eileen Cox, head of residence, Carleton University, THE MEANING OF HOSPITALITY I (Si 1 1 'fi Reg. 219.95 Trade-in Allowance $50 I TRADE-INS Provided your refrigerator is in good working condition, has a sealed unit, is less than 15 years old and C.S.A. approved. No monitor top refrigerators Walk through our door.

The lobby ia quiet aoft carpetg high ceilings elegance, but a friendly jp elegance. Your room like the rest of our new Windsor could not be more up-to-date or inviting. This to all of ua is the heart of hospitality at the windsob. i WINDSOR MONTREAL'S MOST DISTINGUISHED HOTEL 1 Rent Eschenlonr, Resident Manager if' UN. 6-9611 MONTREAL Is Si 4 rerigerofor that brings you ell these features: 35 lb.

full-width freezer 2 full width, full depth shelves 19 lb. frozen storage tray Handy egg shelves Infinite cold control Extra door storage Full-width vegetable crlsper Easy open door latch Fits in to look built in Factory protection plan No Bullets Hit Trains At Pembroke PEMBROKE (Special) An viz i Direct Rwrvattom SirviM (at ecst to you) Irem QUEBEC OTTAWA TORONTO HAMILTON ASK LONG DISTANCE OPERATOR FOR ZENITH I Hit. ofloooooBoooooppoooooDoooBoooooooooooooaooatoeoooQOBOOimD8 00 (Hlill WESTIGIIOUS 24" Economy Range 5 Buy the for Mothers Day investigator for the CPR In Ottawa stated today that reports of a bullet fired at the "Dominion" passenger train, as it pass McDonald's Maplewood Brand ed through this area, were incorrect. G. E.

Proulx, member of the railway's police force, said that Reg. 164.50 Large 20" oven Single dial oven door Lift-off oven door Tilt-out surface units an investigation has revealed that two small Stafford Township boys had thrown stones at the speeding train before it reached here. NURSERY STOCK Authorities doubted that any NO DOWN PAYMENT Use, or Open a Caplan Charge Account Dr. Paul Simms Agriculture's newly formed Food Research Institute. The institute is set up to provide basic research of benefit to producers, processors and consumers.

Emphasis will be on food processing and preservation and the introduction of new food items. Cliemical Prizes Two chemists and a chemical engineer will receive awards this month for outstanding contributions in their professions in Canada. Among them is an Ottawan, Dr. Bernard Bclleau, who will receive the Merck, Sharp and Dohme lecture award. The others are Dr.

J. R. Donald of Montreal and Mr. R. B.

Sandin of Edmonton. Business Awards About 50 Ottawa businessmen and women who allowed commercial students from four schools to visit their offices during the year were honored at Commerce High School. National Office Management Association prizes were presented to students from each school who turned in the best report on the office visit. Awards were made to Linda Moon, Commerce; Vivien Trojanowska, Laurentian; and Sandra Trites, Ridgemont. Miss Pat Kelly, head girl of Commerce Hish School, thanked NOMA members for allowing the visits.

College Honor Mrs. Ada Hopkins Wilmot of 159 Cowley Ave. will be inducted as. a member of the University of Wisconsin's Half Century Club at the state university's annual commencement-reunion in June. She is one of the 340 surviving members of the Class of 1912.

disciplinary action would be TRADE-IN Free Shuttle Service From Store to Annex and Return WITH MCDONALD'S GENEROUS GUARANTEE Featured at McDonald's Market Sq. and Industrial Ave. and at Ogilvy's Billings Bridge Plaza. "Happy 3" ROSE BUSH taken because of the ages of the two small boys. No explanation has been advanced as to why the Boys would be up and near the railway tracks at 5 a.m.

There were two instances involving the train, one last Saturday and the second on Monday. Police reported that small indentations were found on the metal sides of two coaches. Your Refrigerator or TV Set on a new one. We will give you a generous allowance depending on their condition. Beautiful hardy Maplewood No.

1 Bushes each of three choice named varieties from our regular stock carefully packaged with colored tags. VALUE $3.75 and more! Whether you enjoy Haig Hctig with CHINESE ELM EVERGREENS FORSYTHIA POTENTILLA ISMS" Heavy Quality ww'caut 'p'ota Regular $1.4 FRUTICOSA 50 $6.50 $3.50 $1.19 $1.19 CLIMBING BLAZE SPIREA VAN Raspberry Canes Master supply of N0, H0UTTEI tatham or viking NurseryStock at Reg. mo 00- Reg. ii.oo 7Q. oc fiCf 0ur Garden Centre, sal special VC Zj Industrial Ave.

SHADE TREES: Maples, Lindens, FRUIT TREES, Small Fruits, Rosybloom Crabs, etc. SHRUBS: Hydrangea, Mock Orange, Barberry, etc. VINES: Climatis, Boston Ivy, Virginia Creeper, Bittersweet, etc. PLANTS: Peonies, Rhubarb, Asparagus, Strawberries, and many, many others. The quality and assortment you've been looking for at prices you want to pay.

Select prom- M. J. ISAACS 167 Bank St. Cor. Laurier DRUG SALE CONTINUES SEEDS and BULBS Buy McDonald's Tested Seeds and Quality Bulbs Our progressive 86 years experience in Ottawa assures you of the very best Garden Centre merchandise available.

on 5 hcdSSL Merion PLAYGROUND TIMOTHY 85 VerSriSS BLUEGRASS ALSIKE 15 RluegraM. 1 lb. covers ort, i 12.5a Lawngrasi Mixture No. 1 puturt mixture 200 q. It.

$1.75 $1.99 49c 23c JUMBO GLADS GARDEN SEEDS ONION SETS Extra Choice varieties. Selected and No 1 or whltt, mivtura packaged by McDon- Seeds and Sundries mixture. to otUwt. 50 15c. 23e JEWELLERS Of Integrity Diamonds Watches Fashion Jewellery Gifts For The Home 108 BANK ST.

at Albert One Location Only C.N Watch tnipcctora FERTILIZERS and SUNDRIES a Scotch sour or old-fashioned the main thing Dow Guaranteed CRABGRASS KILLER Covert 1,50 aq. ft. WEEDEX WONDER BARS Lawn Weed Killer CIEMS0N LIGHTWEIGHT MOWERS Horticultural PEAT MOSS Handr alien: I and 1 perki; 14, 8. 4 and cu. ft.

hale. 4 cn. ft. HIGHLAND I wb food coven 5,00 aq. ft.

4. Weed and feed Coten J.3O0 m. ft. IS. SO 20 lb.

$9.95 $4.49 $25.45 Each from GREAT SELECTION AT Window Boi, Trcillaea, Hand Prunen, Lawn and Gardes Rakei, a 1 1 a a nVr i Jr. Glo'. rmilliar Spreadera and Rollen (aenuli, Bird Balha. ALL 4 GARDEN CENTRES and a koii of Interntlnf new gardea and girt Itemi. Mrkp Square 'til I p.m.

Industrial Ave. 'Ul pTm. OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS Note: Outdoor harden fentr. at Hllllnia Bridgo Now Open Dally t.M a.m. to p.m.

Don't be To Protect Your Precious FURS Call CE2-1596 M. CAPLAN FURS Limited fZZfH Mcdonald rTTrp- at OGILVY'S Hllltnil Brldi Ptaaa ttim By Ward Market mm Indtiatrlal At. BR 3-751 WmiMML FIVE STAR Scotch Whisky DiitiU, bkuicd and bottled in Scothnl Available in various size bottles. Ojllvj'i Downtoa Buement 2IIAVVA CANADA SINCEJ8ZB mm, i Refrigerated Fur Storage M623 DELIVERY EASY PARKING 4 Garden Centres CHARGE ACCOUNTS 178 Sparks St. TTH8lBB88tfl88eao-attTa8gBM'.

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