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' V'- t, ev v-v . r. :?.. X to NDEA. , ' ( ; -I J If v ' n By ART MANTELL , , f The Javraal - .; Efforu to queil ulk of waste. f miimanatament, and linaaclal t bankruptcy occupied lop' execu-'' .tivea of the National Defence i . Ennployeea' Association at open- "; ;huj teuiona of their triennial . .convention at th Chateau Mon- - ' V Tha aatociation. representing ' 1J.000 civilian workers U the Defence Department, haa been troublt for lha past "three JOB CUTBACK . ; r A cutback In Defence Depart-v tnent operations saw J.OOS mem-;. bers eliminated through J o b : Joss, i : ' Intensive recruiting and recently - Instituted pension plan brought In enough new members to barely offset this loss. Bot revenues were $100,090 less 'tnan budgetted for and deficits . srere recorded m the past two x years. . REFUTES CHARGES To lorestaJI widely-circulating - rumors of loose management. v National president James Wyllie In W report to the convention refuted point - blank charges ; that b was drawing princely ' salary or that he was Uving ' . , ( i.. u vi. .n.m, arrrxinf . "1 am act U0.O0O, bt $7,000. My expense account for the past three year waa $10,. MA B.0.000 . M weuld bavt It,- bt told do legale. " ' A resolution demanding a full . Investigation Into the aasocla-. ttoa't financial UP " ovelmingly defeated by s delegate In a vote Monday '..wight1,- - , The resolution bad been pre. , tented by the London branch of the association. A ' '' Mr. Wvllia termed It a vote of confidence In his admlniatra- H alto denied that he-was living at the Chateau In a W0 a day suite a rumdred. He aafd h. suite wat donated by rn hotel kself at no txpem arges ' .. -," . J ii .' ' Mr. Wyllie was 'followed by National secretary . treasurer Ken Green who saw a "witchhunt" by. a minority of delegates determined to pin the blame' for recent ' setback on their executive. 'They are do ing a good )ob Ninder trying circumstances, ft told dele gates.; : CAUTIONS DELEGATES ? : He cautioned delegates not to allow such rumor to Influence them when the association elect! its officers Thursday. -,' ' water of Mooney' Bay, call a Mountie, aay Mayor Whitton. The mayor maintained at a Recreation and 'Park meeting Monday night that the RCMP and not the Ottawa Police Department art responsible for supervising the Rldeau River waterway. ..-'- Members of the committee say It doe no good to call a Mountie. Tbey Uke your call, but there's no action maintained Alderman De Bender. The alderman pressed the mayor to, tell the committee exactly where the city stood with relation to the Mooney' Bay beach area. The mayor insisted that the would not accept an Interpre tation ef the law by the Min ister of Transport and that there would be further consultation with Federal officials to determine responsibility for the water. WOULD ERECT BOOM . Until such time a the question.) resolved, the committee has decided to ask tha depart JL ;. - i-i ' i - "Since September we have had more workers laid oft than other departments, would have in 20 yeara. , . . "Helping . . those ' . members about to become ex-membera puts tremendous pressure on an understaffed national office," he taid. '. - ''-r . yi. The financial (tatement showed the association had operated $24,717 In the red for the year ending June 30. 1964. Operating deficit was $0,742 and the group Insurance plan deficit waa NOT CITY RESPONSIBILITY Mayor Claims RGMP Patrol Moohey's ) Bay! ooney s " If there's" trouble on . thel i "boom" around tha swimming area to protect bathers. Committee members and the mayor claim the RCMP haa always patrolled the area antil this year. - ,rX . The reason they were given by the -Federal government saye the mayor, is that , the Rldeau Klver at that point Is not a navigable piece of inland water because the Rideau Canal waa built to circumvent The Federal government ad-! ministers navigable Inland waiers. BLAST KILLS THREE, OCEAN FALLS. B.C. (CP- A family outing on the gillnetter Annie W.. ended n the death of 1 three persons Sunday when the vessel blew up and sank at nearby Sandell Bay. Three children art presumed to have drowned. Four other . t aboard the boat escaped. RCMP Monday Identified the children as Larty "Moses Williams, , Ms brother lec 4, and Annie Mag mmt for permission to erect agio Charlie, I. , , i : .i I Group Brass - .- v t A M ";' 5 or waste Tha association tUll has $9.. 921 in reserve and expects to recover the group insurance deficit, within the . next few months, i ; AUDITOR EXPLAINS ; Also appearing before tha convention Monday waa association auditor Bill Data. He wat brought la to explain the financial statement and accounting procedures. . -- Under questioning from the floor tie admitted the association's accounting practices did not measure up to standards of private industry. , ' Describing the association's financial position at only "fair" Mr. Dale said the association must consider raising the membership duet and give hard look to the expense structure. He admitted hia farm accepted St- legitimate any a x p a a e voucher, authorised by the proper aaaociatioa executives with out checking it further. ', , But be denied a suggestion that it was possible for anyone to embeule funds on' a grand scale under the piisonl operation. .. -.t . f-, , j HOPEFUL PREDICTION 4- - Good news to delegates waa a prediction .'by secretary -treasurer Green that there la good reason- tor expect that Group B Civil Servants can expect to receive pay boosts when (alary recommendations are released .in about a week. '. '.' ' v He also predicted that legislation covering collective bargaining is only a Jew months away. p" J WEDDING GIFTS from eYOtrno thi worW ' "' ' .': ': ' ' ' t J Billings Bridg Plaza Carlinrood Plaia . V i - Moat jtev. John Hugh 'Mae-Donald. 83, haa resigned as Raman Catholic Archbishop of Edmonton and is succeeded by Most Rev. Anthony Jordan, his coaajutor tor .in, last nine - :ii The Ottawa Journal TUESDAY. AUGUST J J, 1964 3" . . AiiJl. .!Lil 111 1 I J ioic i auui i ui nou unauio ; OV 7, ?f At the tearing noon-day tun icorchcs desolate Arab ian- tandi two observers in the big dome of the Dominion Observatory' in Ottawa lock onto it with a specially-designed photographic re corder. For them it is another V early-morning start to a daily vigil from sunrise to afternoon during which their equipment tracks the tun' passage from the Red Sea, over the vastness of North Africa and the Atlantic Ocean and across North America. Part of an international study of the unccas-. ing activities of the tun, the results "of this photographic recording of our life-giving star, 9),O00,O0O miles away, will provide man with greater knowledge of the tremendous nuclear force constantly flaring in turmoil amid its, mass.' From these srudiei t pattern may be found by which future astronauts may be warned of lethal radianon storms eman aw 7 r- m il w - j . . - t ' iL m m . m . w a. . w a. NATIONAL tUM MAID ating from the tun at astro- United States; is another ex-nomical speeds and how ample of shared International cations majr be overcome vancet open 'theSoor for Canada's Fun Patrol, with mankind's physical entrance full cooperation by the into the mysteries of space. Anatole Krvworuchko, left, Noel Almey, centre, of Toronto, and Dr. V. Gaizauska in charge of solar physics laboratory, study filmed sun image on large viewer. Ex-Ottawa Priest New Archbishop In Edmonton years, the Apostolic Delegation announced here today.. The announcement aaid Pope Paul VI bad accepted Arch bishop MacDonald'a resignation for reasons of age and health. 1 rMipt s j : x ..."..sw I .ri Chief of. stellar physics. Dr. J. L. Locke, left, and Michael Miles of Sydney, N.S, Filtered photographic images of sun, above, are taken Full cooperation of UA-'s National Aeronautics and Space Administration has en-check flare-patrol equipment, which is attached to equatorially-mounted telescope. every few seconds by automatic camera. tbled miles of film to be recorded. Betty Cmikiewicz, above, sorts film cans. i Delegates Rapped for "Witchhunt" , Uenvv-h . i . . J . , : , . Archbishop Jordan. 62, is a i Rosary Scholasticate and did native of Scotland who went to Alberta as a child. He was ordained In 1929. spent two 10 years of parish work In 1931.. -( -.- v :-. From 1941 to 1945. be waa years in Ottawa on the staff of i Superior of Holy Rotary St Patrick's College and Holy j Scholasticate in Ottawa, IMPORTANT STATEMENT FROM RIDEAU CAEILETOfJ RACEWAY In yitw of rumors which havt been becoming rampant to tho effect rthat Pari-mutuel ; Harness Racing will be held ' on Sunday afternoons at an-. other, track in , the Ottawa . Valley area; "I would like to cite a telegram received from Mr. Gor- don Findlay, Secretary of the Canadian Trotting Association with respect to the sub-' , feet of operations at Rideau , Carleton for, the balance of the racing season. It follows: Racing dates JhaVe beenas signed to Rideau Carleton for. the period from August 1st through, November 30th and contrary to the rumor, there shall be no further racing at Connaught Park in 1964, including Sundays.' Ar' ; GORDON FINDLAY. '' . ;'. . Exee, Sec CTA? ' I would like to cite a statement by the Guaranty Trust 'under whose aegis racing is being conducted at Rideau Carleton. The statement follows: ,'k' X 'Under the authority of the Court, . . . . . ., .. the Guaranty Trust is acting" as Receiver and Manager of Rideau (Carleton Raceway, and there is no question but that the com plete season of racing will be conducted. .This is the Order of the Court and as officer! our Intention is to implement it. , A. J. FROST, r Asst. Gen. Man. Guaranty Trust' ' I clU thesa ttatementa to clear up at once anil for all. the apparent doubt about the operation at KMeatj carleton.' : ALLISON A. GRILLO, GEN. MGR..