The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa,  on August 2, 1961 · Page 40
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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 40

Ottawa, Canada
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Wednesday, August 2, 1961
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ir 7- -i :i. '1 Technology In the Capital. ooara !. '. The Provincial Institute .""WWWWWW' O 9 EOIT, TRADE SCHOOL , " "Sites went approved ,by the Treasury Board Tuesday." said Ontario Works Minister Conndl; "and both projects should be well advanced by the Spring." Site for a new teachers' college was also approved at the board meeting in. Toronto.1 but work on this is not ex Trades, one of three new trade achoole to be built in the province, will be located off Woodroffe Avenue, south of Baseline Road, near the, Nepean-city boundary." Eight -. Alderman Alexis Maurfce : thought the suggested mileage -x rate was too low,, for those . ing their ran for short dfily distance. He gave notice of Jhe EOIT, presently located in rented quarters on Slater Street, will be situated in the east end, on a 12-acre parcel of city-owned land off- Leea Aveouenear the Rideau river. Ottawa South MLA Irwin pected to get the nod for 'at Haskett termed It a "prestige least two years. MAYOR HAPPY MayorV Whitton. "delighted" that the three institutions have finally . been assured for Ottawa after .weeks of .negotiation, said they would provide a happy .balance f educational facilities In. the Capital . She predicted the three Institutions 'would cost close to SI 0,000,000 and provide facili- . ties for 3,000 students. site" and said the architectural firm of Burgess, McLean' and MacPhadyen is already preparing plans. Tenders could be called for construction of the $2,000,000 structure this Fall. . t ... The new Ottawa Teachers' College will be built tin land owned by the provincial government on Alta Vista "Drive, near Ridgemont High School, at Heron Road. It will cost Works Minister C o n n ett J2.OO0.OOO but need for such a toured fhfc sites -..:.(n.daycnooi-ta Bot expected tere" visit to uttawa last week and;""'" iesi. iwo year. approved them to the Treasury The Federal Government will pay 75 per cent -of. the cost fipLwhools built . before April, 1863. Both the EOIT and Ihe Trade School should be finished by that deadline. -PART OF DRIVE It's all part .of--- massive drive agxtnsf unemployment crea of the Kilreen Farm were The ichools wUI provide re- CONTRACT TO BRUNET - Hull Rolice-HQ- Start in October Construction of 4he new Hull Police Station, on St. Joseph Boulevard, near Montclair Street, will begin October 1 ' and m$st be termirjated-'before" . AprQ 30. Ed Brunet and. Sons Ltd. of Hull, were awarded the $368.-. S35 contract by Council Tues-- day night. They were low bid den on a previous costlier project ; f With construction dates ar ranged to take advantage of '" Federal and pfoVincJal Winter - employnieni .grjioti.' '$106,000 . wilt be deducted "from - aa adopted month.! -figure- of $371.0001 Mill! by ratepayer last lHull Council may-halt tax reductions on the construction of - single and house.' '.'I f "7 The reductions granted since the end of World War II cut Hull willive cheaper meter parking on tomf streets. Hencaforth a 'dime will pay for two hours parking instead of, on on the following street. Hotel -de Ville, from Notre Dame to Champlain; Langevin, from Main to Maisbnrteuve; Courcelette, from Main to Mair jonneuve; "King Street; Laval, from Wright to Front; St Jacques, from Main to Welling ton. V ..:,.'.!. '. '.; NEW STREETS NAMED Council 'named new. street a follow: ' . .-' ' " Wder.) men Arthur and Honors Meil- leur. .. . -.- - ' Lanclot, for former city entinee'r - Theor-L a n c t o t. two-ramiiy-jwho- served, thecity-in that capacity for 25 years. Delahd, for Father Alide De- land, who was Notre Dame me general tax id. ou arm , . , , 1933.39. per cent tn the first, '7-: avnnil " J 4... H.Mi.itrlu -n after construction. NOT A FACTOR Mayor Armand Turpin ex plained the Teduction ""served veiy useful pui pose when Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation was" Tiardly look- . Int our way," but added the jrant reduction are not a fac tor now. "This- oresent exemption Cost (he city 445.000 annually on $2.800.000 . of -partislly- exempt property," be sue. already granted would continue and xeoiptUuw,oainprov- went to existing home woulft . si ill be encouraged, huh 1 tne - only dry of tt fte WPJ malr-lng the exemptions. , ' r- CAR EXPENSES CCT Fourteen Hun senior m- , ployee may- ne -longer get ftaf monthly car expense fee. They wm ce pftia t a Bine-ter.!-- mile rate Council decided. Fortin, for former-Alderman Philias Fortin, 1924-26. Talbot' and Boutt Street are being continued while Cholette Street 'will be extended Into Lemieux Street, which will lose its name:- - Council received, notice from the Quebec Provincial Govern- ment that a $70,000 grant will be spent to make over, a new street as an extension of Maurice Street, from Gamelin to Therien Street. Work wilj start immediately. - Sr, Joseph's1 Recreation Centre was voted a $A,150 -Gagarin-Garb- May Be Kilt- M;ugwash. PlfcwASH NS Cn Afl accommodation in this north ern Nova Scotia village have been booked as Pugwash lay Jplafi to play host to Russian spaceman Yuri Gagarin. This salt-mining arid fish-' lng Village Plana a rennt Two New Schools Start This Year The' federal nd provincial doruttf for-4he lite by Frank governments art going - to Ryan, whfr-alio gave the gov-andnd 'tn initial $5,000,000 in ernment option on another Ottawa to cnaure Eajtrrn On- four acre, if- needed. Urio residents have the tsch-l APPROVES CHOICE - r " meal know-how 16 survive in . 0tttwt West MLA port Mor-tht age of automation. row wn0 plumed far ,7west . That' the cost of building End, lite, expressed satisfaction -a trade stbooi and a-new;,t the choke because its loca-Eastern ' Ontario Institute of lion would be easily accessible for students in both the Ottawa and St. Lawrence valleys. The trade school will coat $3,000,000. training for, unemployed! per-l The 01T will have Initial sons and education in technical, accommodation- for 600 stu and trade subjects 'for those, dents, with provision for fx-who have left the regular I paminn. tJJKHLLJlie Trade -t school system or are beyond School first one built outside tlje. age of secondary school j Toronto will accommodate and find tfieir skills Insufficient 1.200 "students. . -.' - UL1 - ' " subs .U . special purchase! casual V summer dresses sale prlc TjOO Cottons, llnens. organrs, Amcls. tach Sheath, full skirted or $un ; dress styles many ont of a kind in the group. Solids or prints In pastel or dark tones, 5 Sizes 8 to 18 in the group. ' "ilTr CondUiotied Trtlman'i - Drttsti, Second floor, Doicntawn Stmt Floor, Wtttgatt Freimwis' . COWNTOVW .WBTSATl vwr MMiiuai na at tarn boss V it a i ( if Tex-mada flannelette blansheels 4.99 pair Firm weave, well napped " flannelette blanshects, can be used as blanket In summer and as sHccnaterrt Minor-flaws will not affect appearance or wear. 70" x fiO'LaizeSuba of Alpine quality. marching Or doing sentry duly At the "Changing of the Guard", ceremony.1-1 ' - -' r' ' : I n.fnr. th. parliament Hill Ceremony, new and Old guards leave Cartier Square Drill Hall: near, Latfrier Avenue Bridge! 4 inarch via the Driveway-i nd Wellington Street to the Hill between 9.40 and 9.45 a.m. Inspection of guards on Parliament Hill takes place from 10 to 10.15 a.m. f Changing--of the Guard (s from 10M5 lo 10.30 a m. v New guards march off the Hill via Wellington Street, Confederation Square, Sussex Street, to embussing area on George Street-between 10.30, and 10.40 a.m. - . At Rideau. Hall on Sussex Street, sentries ate changed at the, main gate from 10 55 to J I a.m. . jv i At noon hour t'he"first relief of sentries at the main gate of Rideau HU take place. ' At their daily tour of duty. Over J0.000 families read The JoumaL ' , , ' - - f MjSW-fl n - ' nr x im" reg. IM W : 3.19 55c each 'sheets each Smooth, strong, luxuriously soft percale aheets with firm hems, tn long finished lengths 188 threads per square inch. . - -3.44 ta. .... ...r. . ; 31fl ; twin fitted reg. I.M 1 ea. r douM. attsr " ; . 4m ;..;.t;v J.44 ; rrrr w yrrt w w t. t wr-1 - - -- : THE OTTAWA JOURNAL "XmJXSSDAY. AUGUST' J. 1981 kll ''J f Vt wnere it To See The Guards ' As k service 4o-readers and tourists. The Journal luili today the limes members of the Cant iTan Guards , may be seen .- , ; I . . , DOWNTOWN WtH6ATt X-A I I 'VWT AVUTIH ITIM Al SOTM TOU iWm. . .. .( , . I I sheared - - beaver J? fa : -..coats j j . Silky soft natural sheared 7 beaver coats ... exquisitely y?V styled, long wearing 4nd .so ' y"' - - beautiful to look "at. Skeyf- , ' to 18. V i - 'Bp payment - t - as long as I yrs to pay on your ' Continuous Instalment Account T . ' ' 'cwrisM . . Persian lamb jackets choice quality . . : China mink jackets (dyed) dyed centre back muskral jackets 283.C3 r; . . 383.C3 .... 163.C3 1 i .. I I jllr CondiitonedTreiman' ' Tur$f Second rioo'r, Downtown Only UL7 II I I i: I i i --wu percale "niow"slip rsi. I'M ............ r . I .s,w, I 7:. , ... : - -.; a j : . : .' : 1 : ' i .in i -r linen teatowels i " - - 2 for 1.00 Strong, long wearing ptft-e llneh tea -towels to soak up moisture, In gay stripes '. for bright, attractive kitchens. 24" x"38" -size. . . - .. , ... r. : ' speciair chenille bedspreads sale 8.88 "AddherTln1mg7ucli7to;ytT)edrooms or guest froom wltlrrclosely tufted, velveTyhenillete with attractive' tufted .desien. Camellia rose. tur. quoise, cinnamon beige, gold, white, powder blua or twin-bed size. fuljTdobie.aiM-loytf satin bound Ayers blankets sale 9.S8 each 'Satin' bound "Everest" blanket by Ayers; a cosy, TrtHhablrtlendtiroot nd -vis. - ' cose. Turquois. rose, gold, cedar, green, L sunset red double bed size, 72" x 84'f. Mr Conditioned Freiman'i Linens und Bedding, Thir floor, Doinfoim.- bwr. Levet, Wufgatt irronsiaerxsiion. ' performance of iu gathering , The flat rat payment stands or clans day, held July 1: --.Open 9 30 1 m. to 6D0 p m. (MwdY. 1.00 im. it i oO 'i ai) onm trwncjl rule on ,th L There's even talk of eetttfg yyj yjyXyJ v v n mi ai mmi maw cbb Gagarm lmo ki!tr va a m a

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