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August 10, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 30

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Monday, August 10, 1964
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I X- : TIERNE xFARIILY REUNION , V Sunday marked the 40th anniversary of brother 'and sister becoming priest and nun. . To mark the occasion a family- reunion of the Tierney's was held at Kal- . lowfield. Seen from left to right are; Re V; Frank Tierney, a priest for 43 years and :. parish priest of Holy Rosary Church, Ottawa;' Rev. Thomas F. Tierney,' marking his ! 3 40th year as' a priest, of the Paulist .Fa there, NewYnrk City, Rev. Wirrfred F. , -Dewan.. Jl. years a priest, and .nephew' of Father. Thomas Tierney. and Sister St, p-Xamillusv-niarking 40-yars asJiuriuperjorj)ft.' Joseph's Hospital, North Bay.-r ' V ' ' '''' " TJortl PtwXgfar Dnmintow Wldt) MAY LAST FOR WEEKS Commons Set to Kick Off Marathon Flag Struggle (By The CP) ' The Commons heads for resumption of the flag debate today or Tuesday, providing the first formal debating time on the proposed . maple leaf flag since July 1. Once the chamber disposes of the bill now before It implementing X . sharing arrange- ni wtuVnts provtneaafi-- R is the government's intention that the flag debate proceed to a conclusion. ' I The only scheduled tnterrup-tloa will come on Fridays when the Commons will tun instead to 'detailed study of departmental spending programs. The rest 'of the time Will be flag, flag, flag. '"- ; - - ,.. : DEBATE PLEBISCITE Although many of the speeches will relate to the de-sign proposed by Prime Minister Pearson in mid-June, resumption of formal debate will be on an amendment proposed bv Oooositkm Leader tMef en- baker calling for a plebiscite. Mr. Pearson's motion states: That the government be eu- thorized to take such steps ai may be necessary to establish officially as the flag of Canada a Rag embodying, the emblem proclaimed by bis majesty King George VI on Nov. Jl. With ree maple leaves conjoined on one stem in the colors red and white then designated for Canada, the red leaves occupying a field of white between ver tical sections of blue on the edges of the flag." AMENDMENT PROPOSED Mr. -Dtefenbaker'l amend- meat reads:' ' "v '-u "As the proposal to change Report Bid To Grab SIU Control MONTREAL (CP) The Ga- tette says a slate of candidates Is being mustered , to make a serious bid to wrest control of the Seafarers' International tin. Ion of Canada (lnd.) from Its present officers.. , ' The newspaper does -not the rival group but says "a secret meeting was ."called to consider si) aspects of the situ ation, map ' out" strategy and come out flatly against Leonard J. McLaughlin who Is running for the' presidency to succeed Hal C. Bsnks. . . ." : Banks was ousted from the SIU presidency - last March by the federal maritime trustees board. Currently he Is being sought oa a writ ordering him to Jail for a month for contempt Of court. ,;. ' : y The casern says the name of the- opposition candidates "will be disclosed m a day or so." '.,! , The nommatkM ' period for SIU elections Is to run , for fortnight from Aug. IS. f ' Canada's national flag will af fect the unity and destiny of Canada now and for years to come, the government be authorised to take such, steps 'as may be necessary to conduct a plebiscite prior to any further action being taken bv the House of Cdmmons, in order that all Canadians may be given their rightful opportunity Jo declare their choice concerning i Oonal flag." " While the flag resolution has before Parliament for more than a month, debate In the chamber has been limited to six days. However, it has been a constant subject of dis cussion among members in re lation to the government's de sire for a rapid decision. The Progressive Conservative opposition has resisted pressure for quick decision, including a proposal for a time limit on the resumed debate. Opposition sources have indicated a con siderable number of Conserva tive MPs plan to speak and fur ther amendments may be pro- In the first round of the flac debate, M Conservatives, II Liberals, four New Democrats, four Social Credit and three Credl- Jd . " ' tiste members have spoken. Unofficial tallies of MPs' Intentions indicate that the government's design can win a healthy ma Jority on a vote In the 'House; AMENDMENT FIRST The Commons first must dis pose of the opposition plebiscite amendment. It Is possible this will come early this week and be followed by one or more ad ditional amendments. The New Democrats have dis cussed plans to amend the gov eminent' design to substitute a singles red maple leaf for the three leaves ' proposed m the government resolution. A number . of Conservative MPs who strongly favor the Ca nadian Red Ensign as the na tionat flag have indicated they hope to keep the flag debate going for many weeks. Although each . speaker is limited to. 30 minutes, he. may speak every time new amendment placed before the Commons. Once the Commons winds up the debate on the maple leaf flag, it is-scheduled to turn to the second part of the government's flag proposal a resolution designating the Union Jack as the mark of Canada's Com monwealth connection. mm ft". IIS SALE czzzi seen.... watch fcr it! I. Tierney, lives . at the family homestead at Fallowfield. ' - ' Sermon at the reunion mass at St. Patrick's Church, Fallow-field, wti preached- by family member Father ' Wilfred , F. Dewan, of the Paulist Fathers, Washington, DC. . Soloist was Gerry Fullan of Toronto, a relative. I Luncheon and open house for the family were held at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Paul Davis, of Fallowfield. I , Some 150 members of the Tierney family live across North America, from California and British Columbia to-New York and Ontario, - ; "'. ' This is their second family reunion. ..' The first was held three year ago. : r 30 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL , MONDAY. AUOdT 1 ). I V' , ' Tierney Family Reunion Held at Fdllowf ield . i u i i ill 1 i - 'J Xr Some 1 73 members of the. Tierney family of Fallowfield held a reunion there Sunday, at which three generations from acrost the U.S.. and Canada were represented. The reunion celebrated the 40th anniversary of -a brother and litter becoming priest and nun. t . 1; They are Father Thomas F. Tierney. of the Paulitt Fathers, New York City, who came from Tucson, Ariz., for the reunion, and Sister St. Camlllus, superior of St Joseph's Hospital, North Bay. '. vSL'j-.---;; Their brother. Father Frank Tierney. is pastor .of Holy Rosary : Church, 1 Ottawa."" He has been priest for 43 yvart. Anotner brother, Leo pj OFF TO RHODESIA .' , , ... Before taking off from Uplands airport for five yeara missionary work in " ,UmUll, Southern Rhodesia, Rev. and Mrs. Davirf Purdie received a gift from' Rev. 'Mervin a Saunders, pastor of Bethel Pen tecotul Tabernacle. The couple's first missionary adventure is sponsored by' the PenUcOstal Assemhlles of Canada. The ' former Tweed minister and hie wife, who worked ;fbr three years at the Civic ; "i Hospital, will . teach religious education to native ministerial workers. , ' - ' . " ' Journal Photo by Pdnuwl WM what will the Italians think of next ? ... mock leather that's really coated cotton! . Touch it , . you won't believe it's a woriderfu! new synthetic tfiat is truly wrinkle and water repellent. Stains wipe.' off with soap and water . . rand it won't scratch. 1 LEE PARKER styles it with dash and real fashion know-bow.- f 7 I r :u .We've sketched just three, from a town and country collection in junior sizes. " A Dashing officer's coat, gleamlngly buttoned In brass with the added ! ; wonder of a "zip-In, zip-out" orlon pile lining. 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