Oakville-Trafalgar Journal, 30 Nov 1950, p. 5

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THE OAKVILLE-TRAFALGAR! JOURNAL St. John's Session Against Commercial Sunday Sports At a special meeting of the frsday, Nov. 29, 1950 Freryhody Reads Classifieds ON PAGE EIGHT JOURNAL CLASSIFIEDS | | | | Bin to hole if out. PAY DIVIDENDS following the service, the follow- She'll be delighted with a MUSICAL POWDER BOX ing resolution was passed uran- imously: "That we call upon all the mem- of our congregation to vote against the proposal to establish a cocktail bar in Oakville, and against the introduction of com- cialized sport held upon the Lord's Day. Adequate provision is already provided in Oakville for both the use of liquor and non- commercialized recreation." Commenting upon this resolu- tion to a Journal representative, Rev. Harry Pawson, minister of St. John's, said: "We are not ap- proaching this matter of cocktail bars from a prohibition angle. There are already adequate fac- ilities for obtaining liquor in Oak- ville, and a cocktall bar would attract an undesirable element to board of sessions of St. John's Een muses. mosses | CLUB PLEDGES SUPPORT FOR ARENA DRIVE Formal presentation of a cheque for $300 to the arena committee was made Monday night by the Optimist Club of Oakville. The cheque was presented by Optimist John Belyea to Fred Turner, committee member in charge of construction. Mr. Turn- er briefly outlined progress on the new community centre building, and expressed appreciation of the support town service clubs are giving to the project, "We are planning events which will carry our support of the campaign over the next two years," declared Optimist Bill McGuire, A FEW SUGGESTIONS > BOXED CHRISTMAS CARDS TOYS OF ALL KINDS BILLFOLDS AND WALLETS BOXED GIFT STATIONERY RONSON AND PRESTO LIGHTERS WATERMAN'S PEN AND PENCIL SETS the town." club president. "Optimists are particularly interested in this type of project, as the arena will be a big factor In assuring the success of the club's future boys' work program." The club will enter a float in : the Jaycee's Santa Claus parade The town's meeting takes place on Saturday, it was decided. in the council chamber to-morrow (Friday) night. Clerk Clarence Byors will ~ accept nominations couLD BE" ! rom 0 8 p.m. for mayor, reeve, : ji depitronve, six cotnunlow, pup. The money spent on travelling WE OFFER CONVENIENT SHOPPING HOURS UNTH lic school trustees, and public expenses, cigarettes, liquor, high- od CHRISTMAS 20 I utilities commissioner. Nominees priced meals, and entertainment i pil ell) have an to by the to conventions Friday, Dec. 1st. -- Tuesday, Dec. 5th. RHINESTONE JEWELERY Ay PIPES, CIGARS, AND MANY OTHERS by JAY-KELL MORE ABOUT BRONTE ACCLAIMS (Continuing from Page 1) _ Necklace and Ear Ring - Sets with Braceltes to = Match COME IN AND BROWSE AROUND A small deposit will hold any article we have for sale till Christmas. " i COMPACTS | | Ul by Dexter & Wadsworth sé they WH address assembled electors on that that | ) i pass resolutions protesting . ln various styles and col- ; occasion, as well as at a Civic tho high prices of Ts 1 more Friday, Dec. 8th. n seeing or combinations Ls Night being arranged by the Oak. mr : a elf, feel Priced from $3.00 up -- ville-Tratalgar Chamber of Com- (Ban enough to enable labor un- And every evening from Dec. 11th | merce and the Jaycees for Mon- ions and consumers' associations. OPEN TILL 9 P.M. day night, December 11, in the to establish demonstration farms | high school auditorium. | on which to prove that cheap food SATURDAYS TILL 9.30 P.M. | can be produced by highly-paid ll workers in a forty-hour week. OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAYS | OAKVILLE SMOKE AND CARD | SHOP (YOUR FRIENDLY STORE) 60 COLBORNE ST. E. PHONE 1481-W Acclaim Commission GROSVENOR'S geceters B8 Colborne St. E. Phone 121-W All members of Bronte police village commission have been giv- en an acclamation for 1951. They on the council for two years pre- A SMALL were the only ones to be momin- viously. i / DEPOSIT ated when nominations wero held | The commission holds it an- i { BY (SEY in the Bronte public school Fri- nual meeting in the school to- day evening. The members are A. morrow evening, and it is expected Jennings, Watkin Martin and 2a number of candidates for Tra- Charles Lawrence. The 1st, two falgar Township council and each served a year and the lat- school board will be on hand to ter two years. Mr. Jennings was make election speech: terested | N | nal WATCH FOR THE MAMMOTH SMI FLOATS - BANDS - CLOWNS "SATURDAY DEC. 2nd - 2 p.m. COMPLIMENTS OF YOUR LOCAL MERCHANTS OAKVILLE-TRAFALGAR JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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