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August 12, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 19

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RE-ELECTED LEADER MdcDonqld Stays At NOP Helm TORONTO (CP) - Donald C. MacDonald tu reelected by acclamation Tuesday u leader ' of lie Ontario New Democratic ." Party at the party's annual con- eenlion. '. It marked the fourth time Mr. ' MacDonald. who represent! York Soutk in the legltlature, , hat been named party leader tact tha NDP was founded In JUL Ha also had been leader : . the Co-operative Common MR$. GEORGI BECKER TORONTO 7S wealth Federation, the NDP's predecessor, from 1953. After his acclamation Mr. MacDonald told j delegates be 'was- honored by their faith .in him. i "There is nothing I would rather do than the work 1 am now Involved In. no matter what the frustration," "he told the toe delegates. ; .. . The party leader urged delegates to launch a membership ,CrQMtCanadaN MRS. M. BEAUSOLEU OAKVIUI ' Four $1,000 Grand Prix . the campaign before the next pro vincial election In 16 or IMT. Ht said the Ontario NDP has about 13,000 members, about the same number as when the party was formed in 1961. Mr. MacDonald set a goal of 25,000 members for IMS and called on delegates to sign up, 25 members each. In the election for party president, incumbent George Cad-bury won over challenger Paul were declared In tn ' gamsC They war Mrs. George Becker, 12316 Own Avenue, Toronto, Ont.j Mrs. M. Beausoieil, 1 030 Motrin Ave, Ookvillo, 0nt4 Mrs. Joan Fwcile, 295 Central Miller of Toronto. James Bury, a former CCF member of the Brit i s h Columbia legislature, was re-elected provincial secre tary. Lewis Hantey of Ottawa was elected treas urt'r succeeding Lome fngle, who Is seeking a seat as a federal-council member.' : The remaining elections for party officers will take plsca to day. I MRS. JEAN FUCILE LONDON time to see your " I . i X: f 1 1 x . W - - ' T -v- AT ARN PRIOR Lawyer's Letter Angers Reeve ARNPRIOR (Special) The ing, led blew off at town council session Tuesday night when Reeve I. B. Jack hotly disputed a letter to council from Am- prior Lawyer Charles J. Coady on costs or renovation of the recently acquired old Am prior post office. Reeve Jack, obviously boil- $1,000 WINNERS IN '"CROSS-CANADA" r::4 .1 , v. lfX-' ' A : C Xy tX - r- - '"V 11 t is awm MR. A. MacDONALD SAULT STJ. MARII Ave, London, Ont. Mr. A. MocOortold, 52 Campbell, Soutt Sto. . Mario, Ontario. During the eleven wools of this exciting game, Dominion Customers carried off prizos totalling in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.' ; DOMINION STORES; LIMITED Chevrolet deaer termed Mr. ' -V ssTssssssssssssassslsss B ff t"" m&J- 5- Assssesasssssssssssssssssatflp m ' II I I I Mil I Model illustrated: Corvair Horn Club Cwp one of in great Corvain A GENERAL MOTORS VALUE time to deal yourself in on CORVAIR'S brand of fun! 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Coady's latter a bunch of tripe and garbage, and window dressing for an election," The Coady letter to council written on behalf of certain ratepayers questioned the proposed expenditure to convert the old federal building into museum and library and that the project be stopped at this time. Mr. Coady pointed out that council members could be held personally liable for monies contributed by the town to wards the purchase or altera tion of the building, and he said that money spent by the town on this project "will undoubtedly result in legal action being taken against members of council." The old post office was purchased from the government for $ 1 1,500 j; However, Mr. Jack pointed out, S 10.500, of this was a donation from D. A. Gillies, former president of the Gillies Bros, lumber firm and the corporation bad only loaned the additional $1,000 until centennial and government grants were received. 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