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August 19, 1964

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ment under the technical cooperation echeme administered by the External Aid Branch. He Is a graduate of Smiths rails Collegiate and Kingston . Tech nical School. . Mr. Allison has been granted leave of absence by the Hamilton 'Board of Education. He to the ton of the late Mr. and Mrs. Hugh P. Allison of Smiths Fans.: to . Accompanying him to Dar es Salaam, Tanganyika, ' were his wife, the former Fern Clow of Kingston, and their daughter. JUL . . ;-v Hold Reunion .' FRANKTOWN, About 7 descendants of the late Joseph Saunders and hit wife. Matilda of Beckwith Township, gathered - for, family picnic at the old' homestead on the third conces sion of Beckwith. Among those attending were Mrs. Julia Utman of Carleton Place; Thomas Anderson and Mrs. Anderson, and Mrs. Mary Johnston, all of Saskatoon. It waa decided to hold the next reunion on the last Sunday of July at the Currie home. fourth line of Beckwith. Propose Zoning BEACHBURG (Special) : -.'Westmeath Township Council aa asked that petition be prepared on a proposal "for toning the township Into wards for election purposes. : t ONLY I "Arcadia." HEARING AID HAS IT! af - eW aTwMf:SJ WRpt. JewW PrtslaweHl twr. mphfitr contti'tt tt eyttctfQeetc OMTffsVAtloMi HWhlel le S trwianMA, W r T atoro Mftarinanca, rstr anllflrrliftllltf. Micro- , ltic ifvwi smstiw rhn a Midi kud. Amplihw MIS aaaintt Otrt pn moiilufO- o Ona M m M sniov HIMT . hMflnc thfoutf tti ovsnca- . swots at spaco lotlinoMo. aaa see a acaaatraatiaai seea mWemam CARL A. SCHUETT f- beTki Hi hrriu . ; jp Bank at Sparkt ,. ' U4-IMI Two ratepayers appeared be fore council and requested consideration be given to the toning to ensure equal representation m all areas of the municipality. They were asked to present the petition at later date. Odds and tods . Rev. L. E. Jones of 0 w e a Sound addressed a special meet ing of the United Church Women, Area J, at Ashtoo on Delinquency Cause and! Cure" ... A plaque wiU be, I yamm bt ir. a. w. nuwnn of Sault Ste. Marie at Frank ville.' Aug. . in honor of his Dominion Public , Weather Office forecast: Sunny with a few cloudy periods today, Thursday cloudy with tunny periods and a few scattered showers. Continuing cool. Winds light except northwesterly 15-20 both after- Nolth Carolina i Couple. Feted At Smiths Falls SMITHS FALLS (Staffr - Chamber of Commerce officials Tuesday welcomed final "tour ists of the month of the 1W season. "... " Mr. and Mrs. Tom Donnelly of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, were guests of the town. " A former professor at Uni versity of North Carolina who now works at the university on computers, Mr. Donnelly was heading to Ottawa whan he was stopped by Police Chief Reg Wride and then given the VIP Mreatment by chamber officials, The visitors were- taken on a tour of the town, preaented with gifts manufactured locally and were guests of the chamber at a noon luncheon at the Tops Hotel. . . Mrs. Donnelly is a clvP rights worker In Chapel Hill, a town of 11.S0Q, 11 mites southwest of Durham., ' . 3 , aW 4 -srsei i Taaiaw ; M Bank Street , UC-MO? ' ' troati ttocasi ' Moaaay4 rrtor. am as I m tatartar, 1 M a a- )or -'.', 'I . ) I VEDNESDAY. AUGUST 19, 1964 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL eeeone cUm gun. Poet Ofttee tXPUtaMal. Ottawa ana ac 1 payaianl mt postsee aa i downtown it's CAPLAN'S RTDEAU STREET : n, r tm L :'i ti ., i I -y i I ' M . - fctaw.aiwi,1p) SHOWS CHEETAH SCARF 5 '.At the viiit to the Golden Lake Indian Band or the Ottawa Friendship Croup. I", Dr. Arthur 'Irwin of the Indian ' Affairs Branch, Citizenship and Immigration Jng buckskins, headdresa and glasses) exhi bits the skin of a cheetah which be shot in Northern Rhodesia; ' The akin was made Into a ceremonial scarf by t Blackfoot In-i ; dian in Saskatchewan,. Left to right. Dr. Irwin, Somchai Anuman Rajadbon. Am rvbassador of Thailand; Danil Sarazen and Pet Meness and Mrs. Meness, Golden Lake". V f (Photo Mr ColUiu) DISTRICT ROUND-UP Former Sm Tanganyika Trades Adviser SMITHS FALLS (Special) A former Smiths Falls man, who is now technical director of Delta Secondary School, Hamilton, la now in Tanganyika as a . trades training adviser. - Arthur H. Allison has been retained by the Canadian Govern mother, Louise (Crummy) Mc-Klnney. The event it sponsored by Kitley HUtorical Association Has detMB ttawkesbory sectiee) of the Chemical Institute of C a n a d a announces the Prescott Argen- teuil industrial scholarship will again be awarded this year to science students resident Prescott and Argenteuil counties . . . Remee Rouleau, former Alexandria mayor, has been named a Justice of the m for the United Counties of Stor- mont, Dundas and Gleng a r r y . . . Miss Patricia Kelly, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. oaugn loward Kelly of Alexandria, Howai entered the Holy Cross Or- In Ottawa. . ' v WEATHER noons. High today 70. Low tonight and high Thursday at Ottawa SO and 65. ' TEMPERATURES , Low last night and high Tuesday at Dawson, 40, 70; Vancouver, Q0, 65; Victoria, 54. , 64; Edmonton, 48. 87; Calgaryt SO, 85; Saskatoon, 62, 85; Regina, 62, 65; Win-nipeg, 52, 76; Churchill, 41, 52; North Bay, 43. 6 Sudbury. 43, 66; Windsor, 50. 7 Toronto, 52, 70; Ottawa, 48, 71 Montreal. SI. 71; Halifax, 59. 65; SL John's, 53, 68; Chicago, 64, 77; .New York, , 65; Washington. 52. 87; Miami 80, 91; Denver. 61. 90; Tucson, 73, 95; Lot Angeles, 67, 78; San Francisco, 56, 72. OttawArca Deaths JOHN ' BLACKBARN, 74, of Cestleford- i EDWARD SCOTT. 90. of 156 Harry Street, South Renfrew. . - FREDERICK Wt BOWIE, 79, retired county registrar, CampbeU't Bay. . MRS. MATILDA SHEP-PERD, 87, widow of J.' Edward Sheppard. of 519 Mc-Leod Street' ' MRS. YVONNE LAMOUR-EAUX, 73, widow of Joseph Lamoureaux, of 318 Bruyere Street .''. V - - J. D. Sanderson " - Company Limited . ROOFINC, . ROOF REPAIRS SHEET WETAL WORK - 437 CATHERINE ST. ....L-CES-SJSSw.,,.... f-n l - COBDEN (StafO A meet ing of ratepayers has been called by Reeve George Wallace of; Cobden who Is fighting a one- man battle in Renfrew County Council against proposed divi sion of 'costs of an agriculture rehabilitation and development act project pending in the Musk' rat River watershed. :.: Basically a program of water control, ' the plan is. aimed at converting marginal lands into productive . agricultural - areas and wildlife habitat. A control dam will result , kt relatively constant water levels at points now flooded In the Spring and dried up . during '. Summer months. . , -..m A DV4 per cent share of the cost must be paid for byrsven municipalities expected to bene fit. Tbey are Pembroke, Cobden and the townships of Pem broke. Stafford, Bromley. West- meatb and Ross. -. . REEVE OBJECTS v ' Reeve Wallace objected to a proposed breakdown .of costs submitted to county councillors tost week. ' The committee recommended the share to be paid for by the municipalities be . evenly divided at a cost of approximately fl.Ma each. Reeve Wallace complain e d that CObden was being Imposed upon. Basing his calculations; on a two year period, he said the ARDA plan would result in the following mill-rate boosts: Pembroke, 11; Cobden, J: Pembroke Township, 2; Stafford, l.S; Bromley, J J; Westmeath, M; Ross, .67. "This ,to manifestly unfair." said Reeve Wallace. Ha vowed to do. everything in his pow er to prevent such a division of costs, rr"' - Cobden Is expected to benefit in view of the fact that fluctua tions m Muskrat Lake, In the heart of the village, wilt be practically eliminated. Lake le vel variations, now amounting to at much as 10 feet, may be reduced to a few Inches. LESS SHORE . With less than half a mile bordertiic the lake. Cobden has 'lest shoreline" than any of are srowsi alter . w wsrea suswiiea I O 1:1 UNIFORMS ilf y DANCE THE 'RAMWONG' , Four members of the Ottawa Friendship Group dance the Ramwohg. a Thai folk dance, at the Golden Lake Indian international show. Shown are Somchai Anuman Rajadhon, Thailand Ambassador (in business suit), i and Mist Chalcosee Siricharoen, Colombo Plan student,-end Mist Prempree Panalak and Phichai ' Panalak, Ottawa students from Thailand. In the backgroundJTnailandert clap and sing to provide the only accompaniment - (Photo br Collins) Cobden Reeve Takes Battle to People earned. Reeve Wallace pointed out.-i- ' - - -i'v, Benefits accruing to other municipalities Include better farm lands, .tourist attracting boat facilities and exceptionally good duck hunting. Reeve Wallace suggested that the costs assessed to Bromley Township ' and Cobden, about S4.000. be "lumped together and paid by equalized assessment' He fought lone fight but left the meeting determined not to throw In the toweL , .- ; Approval of the sesven muni cipalities must be in hands of the county council by Sept. IS If the plan to to be put into execution. . . , ., . If it Is not H Is feared ARDA authorities may be reluctant to give serious consideration to fu ture suggestions made by Ren frew County. .. i v t. The Cobden ratepayers meet. ing Is to be held In the munici pal building at 8 p.m. Friday. Avonmore . Family Flees Barn Blaze CORNWALL (Special) Fire Tuesday destroyed a barn on the farm of Carl Atgulre at Avonmore. It broke out as Mr. Altuire, hit wife and 14-yeer-old son were loading hay in the structure. , . " 4 Mr. Algulre, who suffers from a heart condition, and his fa mily managed to flee the flames safely. .., .',:,. A soark from a tractor Is believed to have caused the fire which reduced the barn to rub ble. Also lost were 2 Kt bales of hay. a waeon, tractor,- and motorized milker. . Mrs. Altuire said favorable winds probably saved their nearby home. .. Two fire deoartments. ' from Avonmore and Moose Creek, responded to the call. Tlrefighters were plagued, by a shortage of water.' . Mr. Algulre was not able to the other six municipalities eon- estimate the monetary loss. - CAN YOU ANSWER tES V '! TO ANY Of THESE QUESTIONS? Da jeer eyes arte as 0s yes find R arisg OftMR sip Js!pWsWof n 114 I raaoawr annesi IV-' I iPlfiA f-if.' si Ds res save eats- , - .- w YOUR ANSWER TO ANT ' eoantaMt saadacnes? . fj THESt OUESTIOMI II "Yta" YOU NEE0 TH FINEST QUAJJTY ClASSES We have he nswest mooem style frames fof your cnoica. Pica up your phone end call lor en appointment , tor yourseH c tny other member of your family. . . 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