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Thursday, August 13, 1964
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10 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL THURSDAY, AUOUST 13, 1984. t .-a Diving v Gives MPs Win , ' GORDON DEW All at Hm Jowmal ' Shades of Shakespeare! There they were, oa the Can to flock lawn members, of PtnlvMM tM Press Gallery correspondents, battling It out war aouy, softbatt ' and dumsity-wielded bate. i Por the MP's. It na,"A Mid- aummer Nlfht's Dream." . I Tot tha correspendents, it was -lota's labor Lost" and -A Coated? ,Error.- fit atawet sever "feappened1 eesuse of ""Tha Tampart" (coasistini of Just enouth rain to wash away tha swaat) ) And the MP's res off cheer-! lit after tha final play, per-fcrm4d by their own "Hamlet" (a small bam, that fj) In tha form of Prosper Boulanaer (by Wercler). - . ;"" y 4 Th ebullient Mr. Boulanger bad Joyfully dancsd about tha lata each tima be cams to bat by the second MP-reporter oft Sail game of tha 1964 sea- --.With two out for tha report- art is the fifth and final inntn. Robert Hull (lod-Sakatoon ' Star-phoenix) looped one to short left and Mr. Boulanter :. SW 5 5 . Ha caught It on the fly (both tr, oulangar and the ball). u hit the ground rolling and It roUM so base to the nates cheers. the way to seoood tuna of Bit team- I 1 f C ; SHERATON HOTELS ;: forrwmVons hf d tcfof)A? ; $ RESEXYATRON -f CEntnl 6-2270 . - ten k:::its j c:3tl?.:ed? TirSV ACT NOW! Aft Mi hlp WBfmS brJOSATABS tat dJTtsTtHssl SowtJiwortii km foone Sm1 or h Wiihin M mntmlmi X fMUne nleit, tha .a JartV 4Jx""ed)J )Mtp 0tttTMt tntATASa en mnabla at ymm wM. M m hem ttnn d nitef . Tn. r iwfiwrt mr sue. I Ml .i.lti. t BELL'S CORNERS . -Srtv me pm. le -a. ' SMarear S aa. S tm. 4, . HULL in Eddy St,' IT- wrrm eaa. w e p-m. ttMsr e ul sa sje m. ?! 275 RICHMOND RD. 72W137 . It teemed to. fit the mood of the game (which ended in a 7-4 win for tha MP's, the best core the reporter! have managed since they actually won one four years sgo.) The part of the early -evening' show which drew the most spectators, was the playing and precision .marching r of , Las Troubadort, award winning brasa and drum band from Hull, and the appearance of the young " and pretty Rough Rider Majorettes, More of the gamewae played following their appearance,, but the crowd thinned noticeably at that point Farmers Seek Aid to Feed V V' A v Livestock - NORTH BAY (CP) - A hay crop failure In the Niplssing and Parry Sound districts has led farmer to seek federal and provincial aid m an attempt to keep their livestock, supplied with feed. . . Vanun attending a meeting here Wednesday decided to cir culata a petition asking Carl Le-gaultr Liberal member of Parliament ' fort Nipisslng, to request- a federal aubsidy from Agriculture Minister Harry Haya. ' Thirty-five or the 55 farmers who attended the meeting said they would be forced to sell their cattle because they could not feed them. They said mmk dreds of other farmers were to the same plight - 175 SPARIIS ST. LaMarsh Won't Ask Provinces (By The CP) Health Minis ter LaMarsh. said Wednesday the provincial governments are not being consulted on the draft ing of legislation for the Can- ad Pension Plan. She told Gordon Aiken (PC-Parry Sound Muikoka) la the Commons . that the provinces were consulted all along on provisions of tha plan but weren't being brought into the technical drafting of the bill. . She said moat civil, servants. federal and provincial, are on vacation unlike MPs. u Sauve Back iByi TTiT'CP) ' V forestry Minister Sauve was welcomed back to the Commons Tuesday with some barbed abets from oppoiltkn ranks about holiday ing while the House was u ses- Lotua-Joeeph Pigeon (PC ! Jollette L'Assomption Montcalm), who had been critical of Mr. Sauve's absence, asked why the minister cut short his Euro pean visit ; - Mr. Sauve retorted that he went to Europe for two weeks I one week on a working mission and another week of holidays which he felt were due him. He aid he had bean seriously 111 m April. He had thought the Com mons would be recessed, ROMAN TREAT Ice cream m the days- of the Romans was made, with snow from mountain peaks. .- MPs Gut Own T (By The CP) - Members of the' Commons sgreed Wed nesday to have the public, treasury pay their expenses for trips home to v. their constituencies once a week ' ; "- The House adopted without debate a report of its commis sioners of Internal economy a committee of cabinet ministers working with the Speaker of .the House i authorising the change In expense allowance payments. : UM GREET QUEEN BALLATER. Scotland (Reuters) ' About 2,000 persons greeted the Queen when she arrived here Wednesday by train from London to start bar annual vacation at nearby Balmoral Castle. The Queen was accompanied by three of her children. Prince Charles, Prin cess Anne and Prince Edward. By an earlier : decision, tbei House agreed MPs expenses for travel between their, home constituencies , end Ottawa should be paid on the basis of the economy-class sir fares.'': No allowance was maoe tor members from nearby ridings who drive to their homes where there is no ah service. 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