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August 13, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 20

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r. FREDERICTON CONFERENCE Tory Spotlight On Party Policy (By The CF) Cceuwrve-tiva will turn spotlight on four major probkra areas, in cluding Confederation and na tional unity, at tba four day conference on Cana dian goal next month. Dalton Camp, president of the Progressive Conservative Association of Canada, announced Wednesday night the program for the Frederlcton conference, planned to set a background from which future! party policy will develop. About 200 persons half by the party :organba-ind half by the confer ence ort, an tiers will spend their time examining these problem areas: -' i. ine marvMuars role ta a changing society. 2- Government's role in de veloping the national economy. . rCanada m the world." 4. Prospects for Confederation and national unity. , SPEAKERS INVITED ' ' Discussioa leaders Include number of Americans and even Can't Build Hull Centre At Armo ries -v its -. -,, The National Defence Denart- ment has refused a request by Hull City Council askina that a piece of land located in back of the Hull Armories be used for the construction of a recreation centre. The recreation centre which was to be built by the Congre gation of st. Vincent de Paul is now faced With the alternative of building m Fontaine Park in Centretowa. FonUine Park Is now owned by the National Capital Commission, which baa Indicated that a lot measuring 130 by MO . leet could be put aside for this type of construction. ... , Mayor Marcel D'Araour said Wednesday he bad been trying to get in touch with the principal of the congregation in order to have him accept . the deal but had not been successful. two men Dean Ian Mac Dona Id of the University of Toronto and Bruce Whltestone from a Mont' real investment firm who ai ded the . Liberals' so-called thinkers conference, at Kingston 1M. Mr. Camp told a ference that the purpose Is not to discuss Conservative party policy for the next election but ta make an-, assessment of the four major problem areas and encourage a "dialogue" on them. His view: it that political par ties have difficulty, not fat sow ing problems, , but in - under standing them. .To keep pace with the time, political parties must study and assess the sub stantial change in their try and the world. Adjourn Rocky Point Beach Case The dispute over who owns or las tba right to as the Rocky Point beach has reached court. A private complaint laid, by a trustee of the land involved In the Rocky Point dispute.' Ern est fc Wail, of 40 Locbisle Road, against William A. Palter son, of 44 Solva Drive, Crystal Beach, was adjourned lor two weeks without plea. Mr. i Patterson was charged with "wilful damage to fence owned by Mr. Wall and Naomi Grace Lamer blocking to the beach, - ' Foreclosure Action Started A foreclosure action has been started in the Ontario Supreme Court by Jutes Loeb against Nelson King Edward Realties Limited, concerning the Stewart Towers apartment building on Stewart Street. The action, according to writ filed with the court, claims $40,000 on mortgage entered into in 1003 and SM7T in inter- across Canada. He had -based his activities .fat Toronto for two years, f,;rf f?'"':--;! 03 Judge Good told The Journal last night the Family . Court s not Just there to advise children who had gone wrong. -in cases use this we fully enforce the Jaw, be added. Juvenile Gang 'Boss1 Sent ta Reformatory The'self . styled mmender-in-Chief of the Black Diamond Riders was .sentenced a Ottawa Juvenile and Family Court Wednesday to U months definite and sis months Indeterminate la - the . Ontario Reformatory. .,- - v. ,. ,. V ; Charles Joseph Peterson, a, . of no fixed address, claimed to have been the -bees' of .-000 Juveniles throughout Ontario and New York State.. He appeared Wednesday be fore .ledge Robert Good on a charge, of contributing to the delinquency of Juveniles. . Peterson - was speclficany charged with encouraging three boys, agd U, 11 and 14, to commit robberies ht the Ottawa ;Tbe Judge ruled hie could be published to snake toe general public aware of such activities. . , . -1 RECRUITS I Peterson had moved to Ot tawa only a few months ago had had recruited B Juveniles for, ais local gang. - - He bed been placed on proba tion In June for contributing to the delinquency of Juveniles. It was later established he had a long criminal record '71. AIR MARSHAL SLEMON Praised by -COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo., - ' ' President Johnson praised retiring Canadian Air Marshal C Roy Slemon Wednesday night for his "consum mate Judgment" a deputy com mander in eft let of North American Ah Defence Command. The president's praise of the 60-year-old Canadian was contained in message read at a testimonial dinner. Air Marshal Slemon retire Friday after serving as NORAD - deputy chief since Ks establishment In 1957. m .. ; !"Tho finest 5 year old v j Canadian Whiskey this country has ever tasted' v v by GIIJBbEYS Neighborhood! Services . Expanding Contract for s new four- storey Ottawa ' Neighb Services building I swarded. George A. Craln and Com pany will erect the combination store showroom and workshop at the corner of Welling ton and Garland Streets. An old I building on the site for years f id for storage .has been I demolished to make1 way fori the new one. Much - needed space for ex-1 pension of shops on upper floors I is planned, with stores on the ground floor. Workshops repair I discarded articles from Ottawa! homes. They employ 70 handi capped persons. -. The new facilities will make It possible to employ more per-1 is, some taken in for training before going to outside organ-1 iiattons. '? :) ' - Driver As Truck Topples v ' An Ottawa truck driver jump-1 ed for : his life Wednesday afternoon when his 10-ton truck toppled over while he was un loading concrete' blocks mat laneway between Somerset and MacLaren Streets, Just east of Bank.. Police said Fravr. Duntile driver Warren JL Amey, 32, of 11 Kingsbury Avenue, escaped injury .when the truck toppled. He was unloading the blocks with a -side hoist when the truck tipped. " - Police blamed the mishap on an overloaded hoist City, firefighters were called in following the mishap when gas began to leak from the truck's tank. Court News HEAVY 1NA1TTX If Matlstrata Carter hu hl way. James Tkwltollf. 17. of Third Avenue, wont be abls tot drive car again until he's 23 when lie will be more mature.- :f f la addition to a 14-any tai! sentence for. driving - while under suspension and a fine of kuo and W cost or 14 days, TlsciteUPa..' licence, was sus pended another twe years. The court was told the ac cused was placed under sus pension in January for three years for dangerous driving. i ne magistrate' order may keep TiscitsUi from driving for five years. . . v . , The accused was arrested June 25 on. Carting Avenue after leaving the scene of an: accident. , He pleaded guilty to both count. TlsciteUl and three other companion were return ing from Hull night club at tn time. s;-.-:. 'A u: i. Air Chief LBJ The dinner, given hv NORAD Commander-in-Chief Gen. John K. Gerharf, wu attended by bout 300 Including Canadian Air Chief Marshal Frank Miller and Air Marshal C R. (Larry) uuniap wno taxes over from Air Marshal Slemon. , The president's message: wishing you God speed upon your retirement a deputy commander In chief of the North American Air-Defence Command, I want yon to know personally or the very real and compelling gratitude that the people of the United State feel toward you for your service in that assignment to both Canada and the United States. "our consummate Judg ment, your selfless devotion to duty, end your total dedication to the mutual national interest of. our two great nation have set an example for all of us In thv free world to follow. "You have been a tower of strength, in I moments, when split-second decision were required decisions that, had they not been adroitly taken. might well have resulted in the most devastating consequences tor humanity. 4 "That you have performed theee responsibilities with such great modesty and with such great ability is matter m which ell of us can ukt great Pride." , 'V .- j. "You take with you thanks of a grateful nation and. our best wishes for the future.? f the Largut Stlection of FI:sf CwYcrfczs , m OTTAWA V ) S ECONOMY FLOOR COVERING ,XlU SOMERSET ST. W. ,.. - . Cat, aranr "Our Frfc Will floor Ton" -'7' t - Y THURSDAY. AUGUST IS, 1964. 20 ' THE OTTAWA JOURNAL ' f V"' ' : ' . .. . ! "... v , ' . . ! ' . . ' if j xi - fry -rf, -r I I H I II '.. ; ' ' , ' ' SSI , I I : rz I s" . 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