The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa,  on August 13, 1964 · Page 11
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
August 13, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 11

Ottawa, Canada
Issue Date:
Thursday, August 13, 1964
Page 11
Start Free Trial

Page 11 article text (OCR)

f . THURSDAY. "aCoUST li, 1984. 1'. : , sportation 'union triutM, t agreed to appear before Commons coajaittt but ssys tbr er definite limitations on what be caa'tad iL ; .Ha wid ta latter to Labor Mlnistsr MacEachsn that-the trustees represent not ut tha Seafarers International Union (Ind.) of Canada but all tba Canadian unlona tavohrad la Great Lake shipping, and have pri-vat Informatioa about them which cannot ba mad public. Tba letter, dated July 11, wai tabled by Mr. MacEachen Wad-aaaday ta tha Commona In ra-aponaa to Opposition L a a d a r er wont v Be Able to Tell All B The CP) -Mr. Justice Victor U' Dnrw of ; Vancouver. chairman of tb maritime tran Dlelenbaker s dem a n d a, aup- ported by soma other parties, that tha trustees five an -no- counting of their work to Par liament. jiwTffill Mr. Justice Dryer said he and tha other trustees,' Judge Rene LlDoe of Montreal and Charles H. Millard of Toronto,' Store! disturbed ' at the suggestions that are were defying Parlia ment, aa that was not tha situ ation." Tha letter said:'' "We are trustees for the unions and. those onions, unlike government depart m a n t s or Crown corporations, belong to tha members, and not to. the government or. tba nation. "It would be prejudicial to the Interests of any union to have '- eVaxo.asxwxeBasaBUBWsaxesxeasBxaBxoasxa.s 'III I Fifflfl I ; pi:. :sT Let Contracts For West End parkway Work Two further contract awards for work on the West End sec tion of the Ottawa River Park way bava bean made by the National Capital - Commission. RV C Martin Construction Limited. Queen Street has been awarded a,$71,33S contract fori earth filling and Standard pav tag Limited, Hull, a tlftOT contract . for 'curbing. ,- . ; - T A third contract for approxi mately fTH.OOO for - excavation work has not been settled, an NCC pokes man said. V . - any and all of lu activities sub ject to examination and expo- sura to the public. .' Including particularly employers and ri val unions,!' the latter , added. THE OTTAWA JOURNAL 11 WITH PROVINCES .1 ' Urges Tougher Tax Stand (By Tba CP) As tha Senate wrestled with the complexities of I tha government's fiscal arrangements bill Wednesday, Senator Salter Hayden (L Ontario) urged the federal government to' take a firmer stand in federal provincial tax agreements. ; ' . :. . '' He said a strong central government must examine financial demands by tha provinces and find out whether increased spending is really necessary. In fiscal agreements, "if the provincial governments propose. It shouldn't mean that tha federal government has to accept." . "Somebody la going to have to be the regulator of these arrangements, and I ; think it Is going to have W be the federal government"-' . V. 1 i In a 7t-minute explanatory. "The. federal tax rate should speech. Senator Hayden, who is chairman of the Senate banking committee, outlined provisions of the bill which is to enact complex arrangements worked out in federal - provincial talks over tba last sine months. k gives. the provinces an extra four-per-cent slice of personal income taxes aver the next two years. Equalisation payments to poorer province will so up and the annual SS, OOt.OOl grant to Newfoundlam will ba extended indefinitely.. " Senator Hayden suggested tht system, of .tax abatements bi done away with and that fed oral tax rates be adjusted ac cordingly. .f " f a . ' m .-' . 1 be the rate representing the amount of money levied, and kept by the federal government, and the provinces should do their own taxing." if mm HI li M i I'-1! B-4 ill. Dili 'lJ.l -Jl II .'( - tw i i m ' si ai r- m i 'i if v i ' Mil I : CHOICE OF ; . SAVE '4i&O.0D DECORATOll COLOURS i SOFA and CHAIR "r.y xlNo Uown rayment r ' A ; f i Up to 36 Months to Pay . ; . - E)1aB 232-4231 ' l VslJI If r? ill if-.- i . - " 1 Fit ' f a, a anTxa . TaaVl I ii assw i ... ... 1 ' li .A.m MISSION FIELDS , . aries who serve in II mission The Lutheran Chursh in fieUa fn-sia. -Africa and South America has about WO saissioaviAasaricsv . H '77i fit you sore, may buyout owif' TWIN ATTENTION NEW PHONE NUMBER 745-9448 ITY AMBULANCE .SERVICE nrlBg Um city of otuw Br.. mM Btu r.l 175 SPARKS ST. i vftth If " fo)V7 fri r&fx foVfftn flci? SPECIAL pimiiaseof chesterfields JW U VLaliaWUNiVV U WITH TOP QUALITY FABRICS! I.? i i TaaV'- , V' I . ' h.. ... , Hxactly Af illustrated At 90" Sofa and Chair- , . ...... . .Is'-... . , ! I v , v "'-'V- r- ' - aF-' - ' i -v 1 w 'V ' r ' ' . 5' Cu ' " Come to Orme't and discover that new dimen- v V ' .. sion of glamor for your J lying room-, Once again . v r I .. J 1 11V Lia. I la. J.. ! vrms s uiiors you a man nir suTina iiem uunng , our August Furniture Sale. Imagine saving $110.00! - This fabulous offer was made possible by our purchasing v jb1 manufacturer's close out: Quality was NOT sacrificed 5.4 .for price. The rich fabrics pn a choice of decorator colors, gently . ' flared arms, the slim line will suit almost any living room and yet 5 you have a wide 90" of seating space with extra deep cushiony fodm .4 If you love to save money and who doesn't, you' the;sa vings,on this modem, quality chesterfield and chair. Drop in Tomorrc Tomorrow vourselr. it, 1 - -' ' 7 . 'V . ' i 1 and see for .... . . - . : v I vy ." I I'"'' '. '-vA'-jh ' 1 ! U v VsrlJ3C(iiLi ,Ui 17K !QDnnrfQ CTDFFT 111 !UI MUIIV U I ll(.Bxs.l 'V v . " - - T Ci,r.tV..;-v- f " 7 - . ' ' - - v. ;( ...1- " 1 J

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page