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August 13, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 12

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12 VOTE AT CONVENTION Suqq TORONTO (CP) The Ontario New Democratic Party voted Wednesday to repudiate any suggestions of merger ol the NDP wtfh any other political party. The party ended lu three-day convention by voting for a resolution which would require any executive member to resign from the executive Wore tut-; delinking any talk with mem- JJGGOUG RON I S SUK NUUttS AW (HAITI FMN JUUS, HOw It KT SMIS FOt MUVOI, HOW It lECtlrt THE MIT HOST. SKM M TWMUeS AM KM HEAT NT. I UT IIM Utt M -, nciuM au. no, jojt taw vm i AS Tl UlNtOW CHUC M & VEI MONT AVE, 10S AMEUS. tAL tmt ADAMS FUIHHTIHlE 142 BANK ST. Free hrktng Sack at ; FREDN. tt V GARRETT FUNERAL SERVICE , 4 A Reasonable, Courteous, Effkiemr Service, . ask moat whom ' ' WB BAVf SBaVBS 2334773 sSM Somerset St Wert dfcdfcdadiaaaaaalawawalaai'ai 1 anal ,'2rr"ej3 ' TBUBSO ' ' 111 Vktsrla it. Thane, qw Mf-itSl V Ontario N DP Repudiates -jr" -' ' .' lestions NOW OWNED AND OPCXATEO 1Y SERIAL REALTIES .; ... IWUTEO FEATURING: BitUti indodr and out ioor twtmming pooli , Privatt Balconta . jrItt-cfcMl TV . ' Draperies : . ... ' Kttehn$ euttom dtsigntd Automatic imOI evens i Counter took top : As high speed eievatort II e. tt rtfriggrtton Laundrf aciliries . ' Quiet, midtntial area of M erg bere of other political parties. He-could etill be a party The resolution indicated that reports of exploratory talks between high-ranking NDP member! and the Liberals after the Sept. 2S provincial election caused many members lo refuse to renew their membership. STUDY CROUP ....- Earlier, the patty was told la a report from a study group mat It should adopt the concept of a guaranteed minimum income, unrelated to work, as a platform plank. No formal ac tion was taken op the report A panel that dealt with the economic ? growth of Ontario and automation said New Democrats must be prepared to advocate such ideas as a guaranteed income "even though it runs counter to the puritan ethic of our society." '- 1 - " URGE HIGHER RATES The impoaltioa of, increased overtime rates and' the reduction of working hours by legis lation were) suggested by toe panel as temporary, measures. But It warned these should not be thought of as final solutions. Establishment of an industry and manpower agency to deal with plant location, worker mo bility, training and related research was 'also suggested. It would encourage or discourage shifts of Industry to various areas of the province. The report also called for leg islation to require long term advance notices by business of any major changes in total em ployment and types et employ ment. . . ""'.' ' Employer training and re training facilities, which the re port said now are adequate. should take place- in collaboration with labor, management and government through an eco nomic planning board and a la bor market- board. ' , . . REJECT PARTY LA1EI Another panel reported that the matortty of its members felt there -was not sufficient leg islation at the provincial a federal levels to allow the im plementation of a realistic NDP program at the municipal, level. For this reason, it rejected by a lS-to-14 vote the saw of the party label -An municipal elec tions. '" ..' - Lowering el the voting age to 11 in Ontario was suggested by a panel oa) modern domociacy in Ontario. It also suggested calling of elections every four years on a fixed data except when a government Is defeated in the legislature: placing of party affiliations en the ballot; and limiting of campaign expen ditures to U cents a voter to Wit - J rrv . APARTMENTS Adjacent to Carfingwood Shopping Centre ' If yen km teste for the finest in Apartment firing, and only the finest, yon must see . - , . ,; ' ..'-I ' i . t v 'l' i ,r ; I y ' ' .- THE - . A' . : 4 SAVILLE TERRACE ' Bachelor' from r.lLLJHJI-.i $95 1 Bedroom from $1 1230 ' 2 Bedroom from ... . $130.00 sstMtf parking space . Pnbttc, separate and klpk scaoofi J Ort? but services . '' I Church ' i . Carirnpwood thoppbt$ j Centra . .; . k ; Full landscaped , rumUhed lobbies ' Corridors wratottsql cmrptttd i i WaUc-tn cloth efoeets RENTAL OFFICE OPEN " Daily 9 to 9 p.m. Saturday 10 to 5 p.m.. Sunday 11 to 5 p.m. , LeasJnf RpresenUUve) ' G. H. MOFFATT 725-2720 A to er urban polls and IS cents, in rural polls.; Party members called off a planned mass' demonstration on picket lines outside the three Toronto daily newspapers. Da vid Lewis, a national vice-president of the party and a lawyer for striking printers at the papers, , said the demonstration might add some difficulties m search of a settlement and vio late an Injunction, limiting the number of pickets in front of the newspapers..' . Press Jobs Advertised In Toronto TORONTO (CP) Publishers of the three Toronto daily newspapers, operating' without their regular printers since a strike began July I, advertised today tor outside help to be hired on permament basis. the papers, which have been using supervisory and non-un Ion employees to carry out com nosjni room work since SSO members of Local SI of the International Typographical . Un ion (CLC) went on strike, placed ads la The Globe and Mail seeking experienced com posing room employees. The Globe and Mall, a morn ing paper, and J: The Star and The telegram, evening papers. applications' from lino type operators, compositor ma-chla-ists. monitors, paste makeup artists and floor men- Floor men put type together in page lorms. The . publishers sent tetters to the printers last ' week asking them to return to work Individ- Ity. The letters said the pub lishers wanted to Inform . the printers that lobs were avail- able before seeking outside help. So far U employees' at The Star and five at the Telegram a -reported to have returned Roblin Plans Turnover Tax In Manitoba WINNIPEG (CP) Premier Duff Roblin has received sup port from the Manitoba Cham ber of Commerce : In a cam ga to make It possible fori the province to levy a turnover tax oa goods and services. A spokesman for the1 organ- ixntioa said Wednesday Mr. Roblin revealed for the first time Tuesday, at a dosed meet ing of the cabinet and chamber! representatives, that be I urged the Carter commas ion on taxation to recommend a e stitutioaal amendment. " T h e lendment ' would allow the winces to Impose,, this form of indirect taxation. 1 p: A turnover tax is a tax on the sales of bus mess, part of its total turnover. Thus, the tax money is Included m the price consumer 'pays a 'retailer rather than added Jo it, as Is the case with a retail sales tax. ' Journal Want 'Ads bring quick results.- - v THE OTTAWA JOURNAL KILLED IN CRASH SHAKESPEARE. Ont. 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