The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on September 24, 1969 · Page 31
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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada · Page 31

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Wednesday, September 24, 1969
Page 31
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. r i - - . ,1 r . The OmwA Journal Crn orciamis iiuosorrs bay cot?A&y 74 SPARKS ST. Om The Mall OPEN THURSDAY and FRIDAY NIGHTS TIL 9 - . .-; v Celara- ; 'I? 'f V 9 -.mi . Stage 7 presents: The fashion stars. In the limelight . . ., sparkling Celara knits. Radiant. Stage Ts new; fall and holiday collection . . . featuring charming intarsia designs and elegant crochet looks. On stage: Only two from a wide selection. A. Diamond delight Handsomely tailored in brown or herb green with oyster shell. B. The exuberant knit . . . bright and bold.- In curry or brown with solar yellow shell. ' OC QQ Available in sizes 8 to 18 FASHION FLOOR THE SECOND Rttfd Trod Noma . EfiElLV FALL Savings in every department on seasonal merchandise marked down to make room for new Fall and Winter arrivals. As this is a clearance from our own stock we cannot offer complete sizes and colours, in the assortment. Shop early for best selection! '' . LADIES1 SPORTSWEAR 40 OFF 25 Only Bulky Cardigans and Pullovcrr Ueg. 13.00-30.00 S!s 7X318X3 '51 Only-Fine Knit Cardigans and Pullovers ...... Reg. 13.00-25.00 fc!s 7X3-15X3 21 Only-All-Wool Flannel Slacks Reg. 17.0fc20.00 Sals 10J0-12X3 39 Only-Famous Name All-Wool Skirls ..... .. Ucg. 14.00 to 17.00 Sa!s &U3 & 9X3 6 Only-Walker Suits . . ' - Reg. 45.00 Sals 27X3 LADIES' FASHIONS 20 - 30 OFF 18 Only-AII-Vealhcf Coals; Shcxcrprccf I... Reg. 45.00 SaJa 36X3 9 OnIy-100 Camel Coals, Salin lined ... Reg. 70.00 Sa! 56X3 50 OnlfMrissy Style. Dresses fcg. 2100-30.00 Sals 1630-22.50 SHrOFTACCESSORIES k . Panry Hose . Fashion Shade Hosiery ladies' GIoycx, Pries . 100 Scarves in Fashion Shades . L. Cotton Sleepirear Tailored Collon Pyjamas ..L... lounge Wear .. 30 Only Vz Slips 24 Only-Full Slips . ... 15 Only Dynel Curl Wigs MEN'S CLOTHING 23 Only-Pure Wool Suits ... ....... Ucg.,95.00 to 135.00 Sala 55X3 21C3. 30 Only Raincoats ... ...... fcg. 35.00 & 39.95 to 21X3 42 Only-Dress Slacks ........ Reg.25.00 & 27.95 Sa! 19X3 25 Only Dress Slacks Reg. 29.00 & 30.00 Sa! 22X3 MEN'S FURNISHINGS ........ .... Sal3 5?c Sals 77c ... Sals 1.99-5X3 .. .... Sals 29c .... Keg. 4.00 Sals 1.99 ............. . Sals 2.99 ...fog. 13.00 to 20.00 Sa!s 8X3 ... .... Sals 3X3 . -Sals 3X3 ... Reg. 25.00 Sals 1230 . . . . j .... Ties . Men's Sweaters Vi Price ... 92 Only Dress Shirts Men's Pyjamas Peg. 2.50 to 15.00 . Reg. 7.00 & 8.00 . Peg. 6.00 & 7.00 Sals 143 34X3 Sa!s 5M7 Is 12.47 Sals 3X3 2731) Sili 3X3 27.50 MORGAN'S DAILY STOUE HOURS: 0 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Open Thurs. and Fri. Nights Until 9 p.m. Phone 232-2431 No TtiieolTe Films Up for Awards TORONTO (CP) No Cana dian theatrical feature' films-made specifically for showing in theatres as opposed to television will be entered In the Oct 4 Canadian Film Awards. Several were completed, bu beyond the April deadline. -Others were judged not of adequate quality and two National1 Film Board entries were withdrawn on the advice of a distributor, Columbia Pictures. However there are several en tries in the best-film-over-30- minutes category. Entrants are Hey Cinderella by Robert Lawrence Productions for the CBC; Vertigo by the NFB, and No Birds Sing by the University of Manitoba Stu dents Union, Nominees In the best televi sion drama film category are: Best Damn Fiddler from Cala-bogie to Kaladar by the NFB and a McQueen episode and Duldma, both by the CBC. Chris Wiggins, Eric House and John Colicos are nominees for best actor and Josephine Barrington, Jackie Burroughs and M argot Kidder for best actress. Peter Pearsons is nominated for best director for Best Damn Fiddler along with Arthur Hammond for the film board's This Land and Francis Chapman for McQueen. This Land and Saul Alinsky Went to War, also by the NFB. are vying with the CBC'a film on Prime Minister Trudeau, The Style is the Man Himself, for top TV information awards. -' To Probe Flooding In Lucerne . ' . : ; - . Lucerne council will ask' the township engineer to check water levels along Vanier Avenue where there Is a serious drainage problem following: heavy rain storms. Mayor Raymond Roger suggested Tuesday any damage to property caused by flooding should be paid by the property owner concerned. A detailed report of the en gineer's findings is expected within the next few weeks. SHEAR GENIUS FAWLEY. England (CP) A flock of sheep has been enlisted by an oil company for fire protection at .its Hampshire refin ery. The sheep are supposed to keep the grass closely cropped, reducing the risk of a, fire spreading. Wednesday, September 24, 1969 The Ottawa Journal . 31 4 STALIN'S DAUGHTER ON TT '; Svetiana ADihryeva, the daughter of Russian Josef Stalin, is a guest on the television-radio show "Meet the Pfess,' faired "from Washington by the National Broaotstmg Company. : UP-Joomol WWphoto) $27,500 Awarded To Widow Judge Paul Stc-Marie has awarded J27.500 to Mrs. Judith Picher, ''., Laval, Que., as compensation for the 'death of her husband, Claude Lalibertej on Nov. 14, 1967. On that date, Mr. Laliberte was driving a truck for Mont real Oil Carriers on Highway 8. near Montebello, and Harold McDonald, of Ottawa, was driving a Dibblee Construction cement truck on Highway 57. The brakes on Mr. McDonald's truck failed and the driver jumped clear. His truck col. lided with the oil carrier. The carrier exploded, killing Mr. Laliberte instantly. v The. Dibblee Construction set tlement offer included a sum of 511.500 for Mrs. Picher and $16,000 for her four children. Daniel, nine, Guy, seven, Linda, five and Manon, three. Judge Ste.-Marie pointed out' that Mrs. Picher was still eligible for benefits from the Quebec Workmens Compensation Board. ' ' , PENNY BARGAINS One cubic foot of natural gas. which costs the Canadian residential customer an average of one cent, will bake 4 large pizza pies, prepare 80 servings of scrambled eggs or dep fry 7V5 pounds of potatoes. . . . .,. -.. - . .. . vZ , i :'::-:y.y- :':r; V . , ; V ; , ft, ' ft - :r -; ; ! S - : .-; ; . . , ' ..-vi. ;ja ; , .m : ': . , ; . -, ' . . 7 a r SUcl. . s"' - r :m&. ''w ; -ft : . . , , ft I Why did we ask him to test tB taste of new Chase & Sanborn Instant Coffee? Because Fred is a danker. , , And any man who dunks do-nuts, crullers and assorted " foodstuffs into his coffee, knows his coffee. '.s We served Fred a cop of Chase & Sanborn Instant. Ho dunked in a Danish and exclaimed: This can't be instant coffee. Why not? -The taste is too exquisite, the aroma too pleasing. This must be Chase & Sanborn ground coffee." We assured him that we had found a way to capture the qualities of famous Chase & Sanborn ground coffee and put them in an instant. "You're the first people to do it" "Yes, we learned from other people's mistakes." If you're someone who wants .a great cup of coffee, try new Chase & Sanborn Instant. Ficd QtZelTs Dunking Secret- Hold .em to be dunked between 1 thutnWand third finger. Poise wrist. ' 1 Dunk iocctmtpt two. Withdraw. ' CHASE & SANBOluNlNSTANT 7 f i i 5 ' v. :- V v, ,-,yl "' .'' " " v:';-.'. '':"V v:",''.''.r' f t - J 1 . ft- iCr I ft 'i ft i ft - ft ft ft ft ft I ft i ft ft : ft ft ft ft ft ft ) ft i ft I ft ! ft ft ft ft. ft ft ft ft ft ft & ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft $ ft ft ft ft ft ft ftl ft- ft ft ft ft ft ft : ft

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