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August 12, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 26

Ottawa, Canada
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Wednesday, August 12, 1964
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26 PON TIACS MAR TINEAU Sees Grits Paying Way to Separatism '' My CORDON DEWAR , of The Journal Th Liberal policy of "cooperative federalism" and the apparent CredUiste leaning to- ward separatism (or Quebec 1 were equally alapped in the Commons Tueaday by Hon. 1 Paul Martineatt (C ' Temiacamingue). He decUreTTKaT people . Quebec look .up on so-called co-operative federaliam aa "a disguised way of violating the constitution." r -.J. That la what it amounta to," he added, "because, apparently, it ia held by those who advocate co-operative federaliam that the provincces can agree together and, by agreement be- ' hind closed doors, arrive at de- ciaiona which are plainly trary to the proviaiona of the British North America Act." . ina cu-ofjt-rauvu louciaiiin ' approach could lead, in an "in- direct" way, "to a aituation which amounta to de facto separatism," the MP declared. .. OPTING OUT : The principle of "opting out" of various federal programs on the part of the provinces, he j said, could, after repeated per-. f ormancea, "end up with 'a - aituation which amounta to de facto separatism, a aituation where there ia one law for one part of the country and another .. for the rear," ';. '.: - "At this time, there la no legal basis for the way 'in which the government la carrying on its relations with the provinces, fiscal or otherwise. L That is why I protest1 """ A constitutional convention or constituent assembly of federal and provincial governments ia what ia needed to deal with "a malaise . . . in the re- ; lationa . between the . Federal Government and the provinces 1 and, in indeed, malaise ia the very fibre of Confederation." CONDEMNS CXEprnSTES Mr. Martineau said be had repeatedly condemned the attitude of the Crallitiatea ("the group on my extreme left") in . eeeklng to establish Quebec as n "associate aute." . Since such a state would seek to control such thinga as credit. Immigration, imports, exporta and, particularly, taxation, this would amount to - . nothing less than separatism, said Mr. Martineau. - 1 "I therefore condemn the at titude that waa taken by the ralliement because it ia a com- Residential Natural Gas Rate Reduced TORONTO (CP) The Ontario Energy Board Tuesday approved reductions to the residential rate for natural ga a ' move which will result in an an nual consumer saving or more than Hee.OO. A spokesman for Comumers' Gaa Company said some 130. eta customers would benefit from the new rate for central heating because they aire now ttshtf natural gaa for- either cooking, automatic water heat ing, clothes drying, refrigera tion, ah conditioning or orna-menul ; lighting. He aald trxHsrtds more win become ellglb'e for'lhtirni rata reduction when they add a -. second gaa jase. The reductions also affect customers of ' Ottawa Gas and BrockvWe- Gas. . RENT FLOOR SANDERS WALLPAPER REMOVERS FLOOR POLISHERS BOND'S DECOR LTD. 177 BANK ST. 2SMSM runnel F. W. ARGUE UMITS Ttut Mtrchmntt n at) Centre ta-vm PAST SERVICE ON FILM DBVELOrMEM KODACOLOR 34 Hours BLACKWHITE Sam Day Service PKOTCnRilP?C STORES LTD. eg a sons its teat-Ma aa. ia anas at, o.a. v . pletely hypocritical attitude. If they adopt attitudea that are separatist, let them say they are separatist and they will be more respected for it" : - ; Bui he added that the Creditiatea did not have the courage to do this and were nothing ' more than "oppor tunists who, having failed to gain any ground with their monetary theories , have now swerved sharply toward an extremist and separatist attitude in a search for votes. 0MB Steers Clear Of Stafford Hassles PEMBROKE (Suff) Stafford Township ratepayers who tried to pull akeletona out of the township closet at an On tario . Municipal Board bearing Tueaday were .told by board members to take their beefs to their councillors. The hearing, ' presided oi by board membera Roy Kennedy and Donald 1 Jamieeon, waa for the purpose of dealing With objections. If any, to a bylaw authorizing construction of a new watermaln on Willow Drive. The bylaw was approved although the are to be served waa not defined. . No objections were register THE OTTAWA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, -AUGUST 12, 1964 ed although- ratepayeree did voice '. Irrelevant complaints which were directed ,by " Mr, Kennedy to Reeve Percy Haw-, kina. ... One vocal ratepayer among the 25 who attended the hearing was Wallace Bucholu, a a former reeve... Hia first question referred to the fact that residents in the built-up portion of the township, many of whom depend on wells for their water, have had a. dry Summer. Many wells have dried up since construe tion waa begun on a 1183,000 sewer system. Just .completed. Mr. . Bucholu blames the water shortage on the supposition that sewer ditches, dug 15 to 20; feet deep have lowered the water Uble with the result feat deep have gone dry. Mr. Bucholu aexed what had that wells dug less than 10 become of. a 1 1.0,000 fund set aside, he understood, to defray cost of deepening private walla! which might be affected by sewer Insullationa. Mr. Kennedy tossed Mr, Bucholu'a question to Reeve i Hawkins who diverted the pasa to John Maxted, the township's engineering consultant. Mr. Maxted aald the fund had been act- up for other contingencies. ' -I " ' SUN GUIDES Homing pigeons, gulls and sUrlings use the sun as a navigation aid,' Under (ercast i skies they become disoriented. nfl n nn n - n ':'- n n n m ofsire Pnl 1 u u u nn 1 r f - . .. " . 1 si w to eafi ODDS Explains Why Satellite Deal , Was Scrqpped . WASHINGTON (AP)-Joseph Charyk. Canadian born president of the Communications Satellite Corporation, testified Tuesday that the defence de partment withdrew from a deal with the corporation beceuae of fears of foreign Interference with U.S. military communications. t Charyk, testifying before a House of Representatives gov ernment operationa subcommit SHARK RECORD -- FALMOUTH, England (CP) A Mako shark, II feet six-Inches long and weighing 471 pounds, was landed here In Cornwall by l-year-old William Rogers. The Shark Angling Club of Great Britain has now confirmed it as a British shark record, t S SIS tee, said he believed his cor poration's agreement with the department would have protected all American defence-interests.. ' ,V . M .. ' Charyk" was born at Canmore, Ana., and waa, brought up at Lelhbridge. He ' attended the m oft Ibsoiiose l testes Kids, Dads, and Moms who've tried new Picardie Quick JeDy Dessert all agree on one thing. They love it! i ' Picardie's six delicious ., flavours of Strawberry,' Raspberry, Wild Cherry, Oranget Lemon, and Lime are so close, so marvel lously close, to the real 1 r thing they make -"jelly dessert .m almost indecently; good! (And we know, because the panel of kids we had testing Picardie before we even let one package out were pretty tough customers to please!) You can have Picardie on the table, ready to Aidwt aren't jtut tMetUnt 'kom of Picardtf either, '. eat, in thirty minutes too. . " 30 minutes! ';. :'; ... , " This means you can start ' ! making lunch late in the morning, O You don't have to fuss with " f , - (, desserts the previous night. fitf !' , u , : : Or in the middle of breakfast. " In fact, you can actually ' : make Picardie before the main course and have it ' , ready immediately after! " Because Pjicardie starts setting as soon as it dissolves you can add fruit to it right r a I i t Ja:f'.iH'i I ) ! 1 ,1 ;,'Jf.- away. Even fresh pineapple! (No more running , v to and from the fridge to see if the jelly is set. just right.); University of Alberta at Ed monton.. The Communications Satellite Corporation baa initialled an agreement with eeveral countries. Including; Canada, to construct and . launch a communications satellite early In- IMf. MtV ' "thrifty !V-": " y-r -A:0::"r.;".'-f' J'V Tr- :vJl:h'.AAr macaroni Itescaaflse - " I. t- , ...... M . -f i an '::r :U:At:vV: ') v I ' Now if this weren't enough to make Picardie the biggest hews in jelly desserts for 37 years, ..i r; ; here's something else" 1 Picardie Quick , Jelly Dessert unmoulds with - 1 one eimple $Hake of the mould. You never, never ' have to fuss around with hot water. - , ( ' ' , ,. And when you do get it out of the mould, and I on to your buffet, don't worry about it melting, ' , because Picardie Won't. 4 " ' . ' Now isn't there tomething you may not like about Picardie? Well u haven't been able to discover it. .v . 1 - .. 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