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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 39

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Friday, August 14, 1964
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FRIDAY, AUOU8T 14, 1984 -C Fire Hazard Found At Pembroke School i u f " PEMBROKE (Suff) - An Ontario Fir Marshal's report Staking II recommendations 'aimed at, eliminating serious fire ;Hstards found to exist in St. Cplumba'i Boyi' School was referred to the separate tchool board's property comm 1 1 1 e e jThursday night. ! The report was discussed at fa special meeting of the board trailed at the reauest of trust? J Peter Morris, who said -last week be had been "given the 'brush off" when he made I earlier attempts to have action taken on the recommendations. The include alteration ol m amlM mtairwavs. Instal lation of. panic bars on doors. extra entrances and lire extinguishers. Recommended alterations would involve use of fire resistant- paint and partitions and wired glass in door windows. REGULAR DRILLS " The report also recommended regular fire drills. Mr. Morris said he demanded tka mMtlna m view of the fact "It to now known that features at' St, Columba't are maoe-nuata." " . -We would be unworthy, of our trust if we depended on a WAur'' lurv to determine the Begree of our responsibility as trustees." be said. : , - I. .,M ha difficult to face in parents of child whose Se was blotted out as a reun fire hazard we failed to jnunedy.' ' irlnard Chairman Maurice La feehe pointed out that the board im rooms In the school. wplch is property of the Roman Catholic School Board. He was supported by Trustee William OtKane In his contention that U Mat, 4wmI hoard, as land- fcrd. should have notified the elementary separate tchool board as to content of the fire marshal's report. ttrnniirT in in : " C tj occurred to Trustee Patrick Beggan that the senior tchool board might not know about "deficiencies" at St. Columba't but Mr. Morris produced a let M fmm tha lira marthal'l of- flee, a copy of which bad gone fa. Consignor S. P, Owens, then ehairmao of the Roman Catholic School Board. . '! i.v: feThe letter said, that having teen assured by Monsignor Owens that tns wilding wat to THE OTTAWA JOURNAL 29 Need You Like Hole in Head'-Councillor Ask $300,000 Deposit From N epea n Deve Ottawa developers will have to put up SJOO.OOO letters ot credit before .Nepean township ill build connecting trunk sewer to tha proposed ulou-cester .. Nepean sewer disposal plant. Ten developers met with Ne pean -council Thursday night to discuss the project. The connecting sewer it plan- Spanking Justified, Court Rules PEMBROKE (Staff) -Charged by bit 17-year-old step-daughter . with common assault, Walter Braniff of Petawawa said In court f hurt-day that he only "gave bar a few. good smacks on the behind." Magistrate S. C. Platus said that in view of the evidence Braniff had not used unnecessary force. . Evidence wat that the girl had called her father a cheap SiO.B. when be refused to give bar a dollar. The case waa dismissed. Ontario Hospital Patients to Get Lake Holiday SMITHS FALLS (Staff) - Mora than 2M children front the Ontario Hospital School , here will spend one week at Christie Lake camp during August, recreation supervisor Art Rawat said Thursday. Ninety-six malt patients will leave for camp Aug. 14 and an other a on Aug. 22. On Aug. 20, 50 female patients will leave for tha camp.- - . " : Tha hospital trumpet band will entertain thtt year at Athena Fair, Aug. JO; Lombard? Fair, Aug. 2S, Chetterville Fair, Sept. 2 and a gymnastic display will be staged at Perth Fair Sept. 4. iv MEN'S TROUSER ' .!- : 1 IV , 1 "'I' . t i u I ! ! Ml 1 I ! t V" A .- ., - - t ' . I i ., ..Ji GIRLS' Long oleev cardigans and short and long . sleeve pullovers.- Plain and fancy knits, a selection - of bulky knits. T First . quality, samples and substandard In the group. Sizes ' ' . t to 14. ; - - :! H DOWNTOWN be used for only one year" toe firm marshal had "scaled down" hit recommendationt to total of 16. Man Killed When Car Hits Tree ' MANIWAKI (Special) coroner Dr. J. T. L Ecuyer returned a verdict of accidental death at an inquest Thursday into the death of Maurice Labelle. 22. of Montreal. Mr. Labelle wat killed early Thursday morning when a car In which he wat a, passenger went nut of control 'and hit a tree on the road through La Verendrye Park, about 43 miles north of here. Driver of the car,' Marcel Beaudry, 26, of Fort Chambly, Que, and another passenger, Andre Francouer, 30, of Montreal, are detained in StJoseph's Hospital here with minor injuries, . ' : . -, At the inquest, Dr. L'Ecuyer said It wat presumed tlx driver had fallen asleep at the wheel of the car. Gananoque Woman Injured Near Pembroke PEMBROKE (Staff) - Mari lyn Compeau, S, of Gananoque was admitted to Pembroke Cot tage Hospital Thursday' night after traffic accident at Rank in, 12 milet south of here on Highway 4I- , Driver of the car, Norman Buske, 21,. of Kingston, was al lowed to leave hospital following treatment for superficial hv luriet. .- v . Miss Compeau wat pinned by one leg under -Buske s car until released by Rankin residents and passing motorists. OPP Constable Robert Flegg said Buske't car. northbound went out of control on a curve to the right. The car entered the left ditch and rolled ever after travelling it feet Mist Compeau it being treated for leg Injuries and it to be X-rayed today. "" . -. , ' :- i 2 WOOL DLEND FLANNEL SUITS A fall weight flannel that's : I crease resistant Neatly tailored in two or three-button models with the extra value of two trousers. ' Blue, brown, grey and black. Slsee 33 to'sil. ' ' Special Purchase ORLON SWEATERS - .99 V ned to cross Rideau River and run along Highway 18 from near the Jock River to the outer limits of the Green Beit. . . Council told the developers, who own land along the pro posed sewer trail, "whoever puts up the money first will get first chance to develop the area." "This will be based on a start ing amount of 1,200 lota with each developer paying 0450 for a building permit for each lot," said Reeve ' Aubrey Moodie. PAY SET RATE r . Council said developers would have to pay the township's set rate for building permits If more, than tingle unit dwellings were built in the area. Tha developers told council they expected too much money. especially If only one developer was prepared to go into tub- division work at this time. 'We need you developer! like need e -hole in-the head," said Councillor Grant Carman, there are plenty of nouses In Nepean, each bouse you people Montreal Livestock Prices Mainly! Steady MONTREAL (CP) Prices mainly steady on the Montreal livestock markets this week. Trading, wat active un der a good demand. Cattle prices were generally steady. Calves were steady to Sl.M higher; Hogs and tows ware steady. Sheep and lambs were unchanged. Receipts: . 147 cattle. I.S20 calves, 570 hogs, 131 sheep and lamba. . Good steers 22.7V1S.2S. me dium 1140-22.71, common '12 I0.SO. .-' Good beifert 20.15, medium lt-U.TS. common 11. IS-11.23. Good, cows 10-10, medium 14.10-10, common 12-14. cannen and cutters 4-13. .- " Good built 10-20. common and medium 12.S0-17.7S. - ' Good vealert 23-27, law to 21.50, medium 10-24.50, common 10-20. gratters 12-10. : ; :;: v - woois, km i Open 1.30 a.m. to f p.m. Daily (Friday, 9.30 am. to p.m. ' Saturday, a.m. to t p.m.) , " r .PARK EASY AT FREIMAN'8 PARKING CENTRE , build is just a stone on council's back." Mr. Carman pointed out it wa to both the township's and developers' advantage to build the $66,000 connecting sewer. ' c iOTHER BUSINESS , In .other business council awarded a tender for construction of a three mile long drainage ditch at Twin Elm near Richmond to Menard Construction Company. The firm tent in tha lowest Two-Year Term For Maxville Councillors CORNWALL (Special)-Max, ville Village Council has approved a . bylaw establishing biennial municipal elections. Members elected this December will now hold office for a two-year term along with Hydro commissioners. Grade A hogs .27-27.75. 'plus SO; sows 17.50-18. .Sheep 3-0; lambs 21-24.50. ' Eggs: Wholesale prices to country nations, libra cases extra -large t.46-,47, large .45, medium 29, email .20, B 25. C 21; wooden cases, one cent higher. . Butter: Current receipts non-ten derabie .314: 93 score ten- derable .33;' 92 score tender- able 2. Cheese! Delivered Montreal, waxed current receipts, whole sale Quebec white Mi colored 38 '4. " Skim MUk Powden Spray process No. 1 In bags .12-.13K; roller process. No. 1 in bags .12-.13; feed .I1-.I2; buttermUk powder feed .08 -.09- Poutoett Wholesale telling price. Que. New 90s 1.23-1 .33; NB 73s 3.70-3.83; NB 30s 265-2.73; NB 10a -89-.B1; PH 75s 373-4.00. A - - ! ' I .II ' a!j ' ' 'Vj J2 X TV ;P Manufacturer's Clearance! WOMEN'S WOOL SKIRTS tweeds, group. Choose A selection of Sizes 10 to 20. WOMEN'S WOOL SLIAS AT DIG SAVINGS Tapered slims in beautiful Italian wool blend. Zipper Is concealed in pocket. Choose from basic colours of charcoal and black, so easy to team with bright tops for the separate look on campus. Sizes 10 to 18. Prtiman't Budget iBattmtnt, Downtown . Street floor, Wutgatt . WESTGATE lopers bid of 13.150 for the repair and maintenance of Lemay Creek municipal drain. H.ghest bid sent in was $14.- S37 and council said that the low bid was even lower than council's estimated coat of 04.- 800. ' A tix - month old dancing school might be renewed in Nepean township. Three resident!, living on Mea- dowlandt Drive told council Thursday night a -ballet tchool was going into operation at 1200 Meadowlands this Saturday. 'That area is still zoned resi dential," said Reeve Aubrey Moodie. "so just let anyone try and start another dancing school there." The three delegates said they Just wanted to let council know of the situation. Owner of the ballet studio is Mrs. Francoise Dally Daoud. The new tchool it Just eight doors away from a "use to be dancing school that waa forced to close six months ago. Crash Kills Ex-jndustry Commissioner CORNWALL (Special) Edgar D. May, Cornwall's Industrial commissioner from 1050 to 1901, was. killed in a two-car crash this week near Stratford. Newt of hit death came as a shock to Mayor Nick Kaneb, present Industrial commissioner William Anderson and other city offlciali. : . f The 42-year-old industrial pro moter hat been called the architect of Cornwall Industrial Developments Ltd.. a publicly owned shareholder company designed to provide money and buildings for prospective indus tries. He left tha city in lata INI to accept a pott with an American firm,. Ha later returned to canaaa at manager Mid-Western Development Associa tion with headquarters in Strat ford. - V boucles and assorted novelty fabrics tn the from A-Ilnes, action skirts colours suitable for school , 124 ONLY! . MISSES' AND VOAEN'S LIGHTWEIGHT WOOL COATS CUaranc For now and early fallv Coats in crepe, looped or misty" mohair,' laminated flannel, tweed and wooL . ( f, LooM or fitted styles with ;2 " notched, Peter Pan, shawl J 'or ! round . collara Also ! patch, slash or side poo j keti. In blue, red, navy, A : beige, pink, green or tur-:- quoise. Sizes 6 to 10, 18 ft ; to 24V,. v'- . Open 9.30 a.m. U MUSKRAT RIVER PLAN Cost Split I rlcs Cobden PEMBROKE (Staff) - Cob- den Reeve George Wallace baa vowed to do everything in hit power to save his village from paying "a. mlllrate all out of proportion" to defray costs of an Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development Act project designed to improve conditions In the Muskrat River watershed. He had the last word at a Renfrew County ARDA com mittee meeting attended by 30 council members of municipalities concerned. Municipalities chiefly affected are the town of Pembroke. village of Cobden and townships of Pembroke. . Stafford. Bromley, Westmeath, and Ross.' , Stafford -was not represented at the meeting. The proposed project, recom mended by the committee fol lowing an ARDA survey, was outlined last night by Reeve Stuart Childerhose of Rots Township, committee chairman. IMPROVE FLOW It includes cortitnictioci of a dam at Coffey's Landing, two milet south of Pembroke, (ruction of an earth fill dyke. removal of a rock which Im pedes water flow In the river and extensive dredging. Predicted results include re storation of navigation m the Muskrat . River, production of added farm lands through drainage and creation' of "the .best duck habitat. In eastern Ontario." Total cost has been estimated at SJ13.S00. Of the total. 75 per cent would be paid by federal and provin cial governments. Fifty per cant of tha remain ing 23 per cent would be paid by Renfrew County. ,. EQUAL SHARE . The county ARDA committee proposed the remaining 12 per cent of the total be shared equally by the seven municipalities chiefly concerned. The objection registered tn no uncertain terms by Reeve Wallace wat explained on the mln rate basis. ' Ha contended Cobden would! benefit from the project to a much lesser extent than ad jacent Bromley Township. Therefore, he suggested, costs assess and pleated styles," or business wear. . p.m. Daily (Friday, 9.30 V Reeve ed to Cobden and Bromlee should be "lumped together and paid oy equalized assessment. ita got no support. Reeve Ormond Smith of R ram- ley Township said, "no one will benefit more than Cobden" If. only in that an Increased flow of water in the Muskrat River system abolished the stench which pervades Muskrat Lake in the heart of the village. " Delegates at the meeting were ; instructed In discaaa tha elan with member of their respec tive councils. Reactions ere to be reported to the ARDA com- -mittee before Sept 21. when reports received will be submitted to County council. . Early Perth , Minister Enshrined ' . PERTH (Special) An historic plaque commemorating Rev. William BeU, the tint Protestant minister in Perth, wat unveiled In front of St. A. , drew'a Presbyterian- Church Thureday. v. . Tha plaque waa erected by the Department of Tourism and Information. Peter Code.' a member a tka Perth- Museum Committee, waa program chairman. Alto attend ing were Mayor Scott Burchell; G. F. G. Stanley. Roval Mill. tary College; Rev. R. J. Gil- landers of St Andrew's Pretty-teriaa Church. Tha Dlaoua was an veil ad tnr Norman Ball of Montreal, a great-grandson of tha minister. Another greed-grandson, John Bell lives m Almonte and grand daughter, Mrs. -Peggy Cavanagh. m Perth. Mr. Bell waa bora la Scot: land la 1700. FoUowma hit ordi nation by -the Presbytery of Edinburgh, ha came to Perth iB 1017. . ' . ') . . CANAL DRY . Chippewa canal m Ontario'a ; Niagara Peninsula, now are ' along Its 7H-mnt length, la undergoing an 111,000,000 face lift to oe completed ta ion. a.m. to 9 1" W . 1 Saturday, a.m. to f p.m.) , ' ERY ADVERTISED ITEM AT BOTH 8 TORES (unless spocilW) ) .

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