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Friday, October 14, 1949
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32 Aged Bachelors Believed Victims Of Axe-Slayer NORTH BATTLEFORD, Sask.. Oct. 14.ett Apparently victims of a double axe-slaying, the' bodies of two aged bachelors were discovered yesterday on their farm in the St. Walburg district, .some 70 miles northwest of here. All available Royal, Canadian Mounted Police officer! launched a manhunt after passersby discovered the bodies of Sam Jones and James Bailey, both about. 85. The bodies were found in different parts of the same bulldUig en the farm they had tilled for SO years. r Fend Possible Motive. Police were reported to be seeking a 60-year-old man who had lived near the victims for about 20 years. A boundary feud was hinted as a possible motive. RCMP here said two police dogs from the Saskatchewan subdivision and one from the Lloyd-, minster detachment will be brought in. 2-Vote Margin Makes Moch French Premier PARIS. Oct. 14. OP) The National Assembly early today approved Socialist Jules Moch as the next Premier of France by the narrow margin of two votes. An official announcement said 211 votes were cast in Mocb'f favor and 223 against. He needed a bare minimum of 310 votes. ; The 020-seat Assembly 'was re-; duced to 619 by the resignation; ef one deputy yesterday making 310 instead of 311 the minimum necessary tor approval. j The announcement of the tall eame after almost three hours o turmoil occasioned by the protest of an absentee vote. Moch's mar gin-was the lowest vote of approval given by the Assembly .to an Incoming premier in postwar France. Moch, 56, now is free to form a new government to succeed the Cabinet of Henri Queuille. I KILLED IN CRASH. MONTREAL. Oct. 14. (BUP) Herman M. Noyes, 70, of Rich-cnond Vt was instantly killed la rt night when his car was truck by a Canadian National Railways passenger train at a level crossing near Iberville, Que. . , I STORE HOURS OPEN EVERY DAY Monday to Saturday 1.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. 1 BANK AT GLOUCESTER OYSTERS On the Half Shell HOTEL and TEAROOM Kexl to Regent Theatre . DINE and DANCE THE GRILL f with Len Hopkins and i His Mellow Masia (i THE CHATEAU Diaacr fiance alfhtly except 1 Saoaay, 1 te t. . Sapper Dance nightly except Saday, IS la IZ. Tht Floor Show Keorest to Town f. 6 ALL STAR ACTS 6 2 Shows Nightly, 10-1Z FOR TOPS IS i ENTERTAINMENT FAIRMOUNT Golf tc Country Club Umntala Road J-S1T7 Many Thousands! ; Get Relief Now Millions of sufferers in the last 42 years have found a way to fast , relief from itching, smarting fiiles. They use a delightful, cooing, soothing astringent formula , Peterson's Ointment. No Wonder one sufferer writes. 'The itching and smarting ware ! relieved, and I slept all night." TVterson's Ointment I available for 0r at all druggists. Be Sri e-fighted nr money hark. Advt. Report Vishlnsky III With Grippe LAKK SUCCESS, NY, Oct. I4pr (rj Foreign Minlater Andrei Vishlnsky of Russia today was reported to be 111 with grippe. Vishlnsky has bees, in bid health since he came here last month for the fourth Unit-, ed Nations General Assembly. First he suffered stomach trouble. After he recovered fiom that) he was said to have become fatigued and suffered : grippe. Carlefon Vet t Heads Liberals Of Universities Sam Cook, 24-year-old RCAF veteran, was elected president of the' Canadian Universities' Lib eral Federation at the "Montreal convention of the Federation last night. Student at Carleton College Mrt Cook is In fourth year arts and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cook, 330 Rlverdale Avenue, Ottawa. The annual meeting is being held in conjunction with the third biennial convention1 of the Young Liberal Federation of. Canada. W. J. Mulock. Ottawa, reported the formation of active Liberal clubs at St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonlsrf, NS.. and the University of Wester ri, Ontario, London. This brings th CULF, membership to 16 clubs across Canada. Elected with Mr. Cook were Belnoit Boulanger, Laval University, Quebec, vice-president for the Central Provinces; Dennis Sheppard, University of British Columbia, Western Provinces ana C. D. Robertson, Dalhousie University, Maritime Provinces. William Strathopolous, West ern University, was elected sec retary-treasurer. Race Entries LO.NO BRANCH. tons Branch entries for Oct; IS: first, purt SI. 350. claiming. 3-y ear-old and up. furlongs Hasty Million US. Bla-wxcro 107. Fllalo 112. Dancer Mark 10. Pennant Seven 109. Ei lOsuna IIS. Sweet Clover 107. xHey Hay 114. Babolie T. 112. Nayada 11. Dark Color 114. xxBlue Wind 107. Also elidible: Lybian 110. Toffee Tall 101. Florenze 110, Sierra Mac 112. Second, pun $1.3.10. claiming. ' 3- ?er-old and up, furlong Ella ryst 110. El Alamein 100. xRivermark 117. Gold Strike 110. Cay Baby 111. Ndrth Drive US. Rice Pudding 114. Fair Ruk 109. Jack Help US, Flying Rocket 111. xxHal's Lady 110. SoVlal Bunty 103. Also eligible: If Ydu 114. Sunto 117. Penelane 110. Cdemanjo 109 fhlrd. purse 1.350. claiming. 3-reer-olds and up. 8 furlongs Dear Pal 114. Armistice Day 117. Pies Pat lit. Zanna May 117. xxxSnappy Verse 104. Delovely Lll 114. Sparkling Blue 120. xHoney Helen 114. River Flare. xQallahem 106. Foxy Prince 117. Washington Sky 117. Also eligible: Mainking 109, xMerry Mark 107. Desert Prince 109. Memphis Dave 120. Fourth, purse S 1.400. claiming. 3-yepr-olds and up. 1 ! miles Good Qiteen 112. xxxCherte 109. Signals Bkk US. Youvlll 117. Hygro's Flier 112. Susie Berrill 109. Vice Ad-mirsl US. The Prophet US Zlfth: purse SI. 800, allowances. 3-r-o Ids and up. six furlongs (101 eAlrpan 111, Thousand Ships 113. His Jewel 114. HI Bunty 108. Brown Hostess 109. xCrack Reward 10. T larch 109, aRhodeun 117. xBlarnev Maid US. Veiiowknife 108. F. W. EUlna and W i. Fair entry. iSixth. purse flO.000. added. 1-ysr-old, foaled In Canada, the Orpen Cup and Saucer Handicap, mile a d 70 yards (13 aMedalofreedom 110, Nephlsto 118. Jim Incra 102. Elllsteo TJ1S. 'bBud Field 104. McGill 1 IS, Silent Sam 108 Brazen Bus IIS. Unionville 122. bAnn Field 102. Adora 102. HI Deo Jar 104. aSir Strome III. aDouble Blue stable entry bJ. a. Fair' entry (Seventh: puna $1,500. claiming. 3-y ear-olds and up. mil and a sixteenth (7) Albert F 103. xxxCamp'a First Ulr Came O'Chance 119, xReas-sn 111. Arthoa 111. Yates Senior 10ft. AmsUrson J 99. I Eighth: purse $1,490, claiming, 2-year-olds and , up, mil and flve-elghtsj (18) xQueens Chance 107. Snowball 108, ' xxxKantar Run 110. Attention!! WOOD DEALERS and TRUCKERS Dry 4' Softwood Slabs S-00 ,.'' 1 25 Cords or More Piled Neatly in Your Yard Dry 4' Softwood Slabs s3-00 Dry 4' Hardwood Slabs $7-00 F.O.B, BUCKINGHAM, P.Q. Phone 2-1705 INDEPENDENT Coal and Lumber Co. . .. 88 Bank Street MICKEY MOUSE Sif nt Up Their Alley. Tfjn ' ( THAB GO TMB Junior Plowmen Hold Stage Today In International Tests BRANTFORD, Ont, Oct 13-sCP) One of the top-rate classes of the 36th International plowing match ia scheduled for today, the inter-county competition for teams of horse-plowmen under 20 years. ' . Prizes for this class will be conservation tours of the United States, awards almost as eagerly sought as the overseas trips for which expert plowmen will compete later in the match which ends, Saturday. Premier Frost of Ontario will, visit the match today and address the plowmen and spectators gathered on the farmlands at nearby Burford. He had originally planned to speak at the cloring banquet, but the program was changed when the match timetable was set back a day by rain Wednesday. With the weather sunny and warm, an estimated 75,000 persons crowded on ' to the grounds Thurrday, bringing total attendance since tha start of the match' Tuesday to 1 19,000. The Thursday attendance compared with the record 83,000 for a single day. aet at Goderich In 1946. Match officials said they expect heavy attendance Saturday, when city dwellers will have an opportunity to view the competitions and to tour the mile-long exhibit of farm machinery in the match's ' tented city near the headquarters. The soil is In good condition for plowing, still moist after Wednesday's rain but not muddy. All the events scheduled for today attracted a large number of entries. The class Thursday for stubble plowing with Jointer plows had an entry list of 393. ' Chartered buses brought many of the visitors to the match Thursday. A special train from Batavia, NY carried 700 persons to a crossing inside the plowing match area. Ontario Provincial Police last night completed arrangements to distribute traffic over various alternative routes to the match site instead of allowing everyone to attempt the shortest route, that from Brantford by way of Highway No. 93 to Burford. Sherbrooke Signs- Former McGill Star SHERBROOKE, Que., Oct. 14. (CP) Ivan ' Dugre, coach of Sfaerbrooke St. Francis of the Quebec Senior Hockey League, today announced the signing of Reg Sinclair, former McGill University player, and Gilles Gen- ereux. Three Rivers, Que., Junior of last season. Ottawa Orphan of 20 Given Year for Theft LINDSAY, Ont, Oct. 14-CP John Paul, 20-vear-old Ottawa youth, who pleaded guilty ' to stealing. $100 from a Roman Catholic priest . who befriended him, today was sentenced to one-year definite and six months in definite in the Ontario Reformatory. Paul, an orphan, told the court that he got started . on the "wrong ' road by banging around with a gang .in a tough neighborhood in Ottawa".- Mallshah 113. xxSweet Goods 10$. xWar Scholar 108. Kalmar 113, Headline 117, Paloma 110. xxFavorite Dsy 108. xStamp Mark 107. Military Sir 130. Also elleible: aDevilsand 113. aSoldier Joe US. xxOld Lover 113. Lady Is ley 10S. aF. H. Merrill Jr. and D. Meretaky entry. xS. xx7. xxxlO lbs. AAC. Clear, food. rPB05H...TW6V'CE 6AININONUSl' THE OTTAWA Russia Returns Lend-Lease Frigates YOKOSUKA, Japan. Oct. 14. W) Russian crews today brought nine Soviet frigates into this United States naval base. The vessels were the first lend-lease ships to be returned " by the Soviets. The frigates, .lent to Russia during the war, are patrol-type craft of 1.430. tons with an over-all length; 300 feet. Rockcliffejiirman Dies of Car Crash Injuries in West ' LAC Gilbert W. Carter, stationed at Rockcliffe, died Wednesday in hospital at Edmonton of in juries received in a highway motor accident between Calgary and Banff. He bad' been visiting his mother in Victoria, BC, and was hitchhiking back to his Rockcliffe base. The airman was 21 and joinet the RCAF in Jan. 1947. He was trained at the technical training school In Camp Borden as ai: aero-engine technician and was posted to 414 Squadron, Rock-clifTe, Sept. 1948. His mother,- Mrs. Carter, wa flown to Edmonton by the RCAF before he died. Funeral arrangements have not yet been made, but Rockcliffe officials said thev believed he would be buried at Victoria. Mrs. Carter lives at 749 Jasmine avenue. Victoria. Get Building Permit Far Groceteria A permit for a one-storey groceteria to cost $125,000 was issued at City Hall this morning to George A. Crain and Sons Limited. The new store, being built for Loblaw Groceterias Limited, measures 100 by 110 feet and is being constructed of concrete, brick and cement block. Work has already started on the site at the southwest corner of Bank street and Carling avenue. Richmond Wl Catered For S. Carleton Event Catering for the Southern Carleton Field Day last week was under the direction of the Women's Institute of Richmond, not the Women's Institute of Manotick as was stated in the account of the event carried in The Journal of Saturday. , Hull Fire Victim Gives . Cheque to Firemen Wilfrid St Cyr sent a cheque for $25 to the Hull Fire Department as a present in recognition of the department's help in fighting a, fire that broke out in his Hull apartment last month. Fire Chief Adelard Audette said the money would go to the firemen's benevolent fund. GUIIARD WHITE STAR FALL AND WINTER SAILINGS TO EUROPE QUEBEC LIVERPOOL "FRANCOMA" Oct. 26, Nov. 19, MONTREAL LIVERPOOL "ASCANIA" , vNov. 9 HALIFAX - SOUTHAMPTON - "AQOITAMA" Nov. 3, Nov. 24 SfMKM CHRISTMAS SAILING front Halifax to Liverpool FRANCO Nl A" De. 14 1 CONDUCTED EXCURSIONS "FRIICOIIA" Nov. 19 from Quebec te Liverpool "" ( Coi ltr. W. K MtUtdiis Gword. Wiwilgt "FRAICOIIA" Dec. 14 from Halifax to Liverpool annvvnin c-4ctar a. a. m ot M. im i FROM NEW YORK "QUEEN ELIZABETH" "QUEEN MARY" "CARONIA" "MAURETANIA" "BRITANNIC "PARTHIA" "MEDIA" WEST INDIES SUNSHINE CRUISES See Your Local Travel Agent "No one con serve yow better" CUHARD DONALDSON LIMITED GENERAL AGENTS HMD OrHCIl ISO HOSPITAL STRICT, MOMTtlAl T I'VE GOT "1 rT AN IPSA! I JOURNAL British Officers Divorcing Russian Wives" LONDON Oct 14. CP An armyofficer and three other Britons who married Russian, -women after wartime romances began simultaneous divorce proceedings today. The action is regarded as a test case affecting all British husbands married to Russian women since 1939 and whose wives still are in. the Soviet Union. Nullity decrees were sought on the ground that technical provisions of the Russian marriage laws were- not complied with when the marriages were performed. Witnesses heard before the case was adjourned in- i eluded a foreign office repre- sentative and a Russian expert j on Soviet marriage laws. The army officer seeking a " divorce is Brig. Gordon Redvers ; Way, who married a ballerina at Tiflis, Georgia, in 1942 while he ! was commander of a British mil-I itary mission to the Soviet Cau- casian army. Other petitioners I are Clifford Rowley. Edward ! Ken ward and Clifford Whitehead. Three Trucks Crash In Hull Accident Three trucks were Involved In , a pile-up. on Bridge street, Hull, j last night. Two vehicles were ! damaged. The first truck driven i by Royal Lambert of 143 Maison-! neuve street, Hull, made a stop at the E. B. Eddy Company intersection, on Bridge, to allow a train to go by. The next truck driven . by ; Fernand Richer. 22 Falardeau street. Hull, came to a stop behind the first truck, but another vehicle driven by Thomas Vil-leneuve. of ClarenCt, struck the back of the second truck, whith in turn rammed the first. Vjl-lencuve's truck was damaged :to the extent of $300 and Richer's trur k. $50. The first truck was not damaged. Constable Emile Caroentier of the Hull City Police investigated. U.S. Attack Bombers Collide in Mid-air SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 14 j (y?i Two United States Navy at tack bombers collided off the California coast yesterday - and plunged into the. sea. Naval authorities said the planes carried only their pilots and both men were presumed lost. MRS. ANNIE DRUMHELLER. DRUMHELLER, Alta, Oct. 14. (CP) Mrs. Annie Drumheller, wife of Samuel Drumheller after whom the city of Drumheller was named, died yesterday in the Drumheller Municipal Hospital at the age of 79. 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