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August 25, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 2

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contract for conttruction of Brookdale Avenue to Dibble Construction of Ottawa. SERIObS DAMAGE They alto heard complaints of serious damage to homes Saturday from chemicals in the air during a rainstorm, received notice that tenders of the diver sion sewer on Brookdale Avenue will be opened by the Ontario Water Resources Commission Sept.' I and learned that the. Department of Municipal Affairs has set Nov. I as deadline for receiving detailed plans for the city centennial projects. City engineer R. C. Adams and Public Works Committee chairman Alderman Gerald Fire Razes Sawmill RENFREW (Special) A flash fire destroyed F riser's Sawmill four miles east of here, early this morning. The blaze started when sparks from a diesd engine ignited the building at 6.45 a.m. I The diesel was destroyed and (he building burned to the ground before firemen from the township of Bagot and Blyth-fieid were able to get the outbreak under control. Owner William H. Fraser. township reeve, was unable to give1 any estimate of the damage this morning. The mill em ploys is . INTERLUX PAINTS S Store to Serve You J..M$ttth lot a Alkali ' US-SIM BIB) I ClaMM at, tss-ass ltt cuttea Am. m-eetl 1 nrwm stobb aocas! 1 hmui IkrMaa Iftesjr .... turn, s e Clned AJt oar iaanear cur.ir.iiNG txascmicAL balm ltd. m awak aera sm-iim Shop With Confident Where Yon See This Stal of Satisfaction raasH cnop STRAWBERRY JAM U aea. fi.0 ' Cass waeii i m w ar 1757 RusmII Road 731-3884 DRINICA PINTA MILICA DAY few tki largttt Selection of Flscr Coierinji h . In OTTAWA ; f ECONOMY FLOOR COVERING 71J SOMERSET ST. W. , ., Cer. Ararat,' U-21 Our Met WW Floor Tom" PIANOS - - m 1 :ri - a S0N.uMrrt SSI Bank St. (at Car) BSCK3T DTI. STK3 BELL'S CORNER txer ts.se em le pas. nrg,l s te M. . HULL I2S Eddy SL to a m. to jem I V IN BUSY SESSION Cornwall Deadline Set For Centennial Project CORNWALL (Special) It n only a short union, but It ni a buiy one for City Council Monday. In little more than an hour council awarded a $198,428 Parisian will attend the OWRC tender opening. The project is the first in the city s S9.200.000 sewage pro gram. SOOT STORM i Dealing with damage caused by the so-called "soot storm ity clerk M. A. Boyer Was told to contact the air pollution control division of the Depart mem of Health and ask for an investigation.'1 As far at the centennial project was concerned, com' mittee chairman Alderman Larry Keen said a meeting will be called as soon as possible. The city plans a fire-police station1 as its project to mark Canada's centenary. Cost has been estimated at S190.0O0, but no site for the building has been selected yet. x Vote Ends I- Strike Threat At Maitland BROCKVILLE (Special) Acceptance of a conciliation award by the employees of Brockville Chemicals' Limited has averted fears of a possible strike at the big Maitland plant contract negotiations be tween the workers, members of the Internationa Chemicals Workers' Union end management broke down some time ago and the services of a conciliation officer were called in. Workers voted Monday night on the terms of the. concilia tion award and were 77 per cent in favor of, a new contract which gives them seven to eight cents an hour for the first year, and the same in the second year. Management had already ac cepted the concuaMoa award and amicable labor relations will prevail for the next two years. In retroactive payments, workers will receive S6S to S75 according to salary. About 130 worker are af fected. toall WRITERS : is! Ottawa - b A representative of a well-known New York book publisher will won be in Ottawa to interview writers.. ; Hie purpose is to uncover manuscript worthy of pub- , UcaUon. Fiction, non-fiction, poetry. Juvenile, coUec- tions of short stories or article, religious, specialized - and even controversial subjects will be considered. If yoa have book-length manuscript ready for pub-' Ucation (or are still working on it) and would like to discuss R with this executive, plea telephone 336-2313, between (.00 a.m. and 1040 p.rru, and leave your name and address. You will be contacted, later, to arrange for' a definite appointment at yea entM, wtMe Editorial Director, P.a Box tilt, G.P.O , M; New York. N.T, INOI V' TTmtw A a pta JpaII tpmP aVAW VV UV VV 9 WVijwa J V W4 we've got the . ." "FASTEST DRAW" in the' -1 ,N ; LOAN BUSINESS? ' ' aBBsBjaafay-fBBBBBBto ; . ; .. , $50to$50CO- , , ' without nistunu : . babtUiticstitj SUPERIOR FINANCE 1051 Wllinton Street 30 RidoaM Strott V 725-1133 v 232-5393 DUt te I J aun.:' Wednesday to I an.: Closed at. durmf Aofut; ether evsnlngs by epparatment 1: flHnHHMMlMn,(N , THE OTTAWA JOURNAL WEATHER ' Dominion Public Weather Office forecast: Sunny becoming cloudy late this afternoon. Showers, chance of a thundershower. Partial clearing tonight. Winds southerly 13 to 20 this afternoon with gusts to 30. Wednesday cloudy with sunny periods, winds westerly IpV 20. High today 78. Low tonight and high Wednesday at Ottawa S3 and 68. i TEMPERATURES Low last night and high Monday at Dawson 44, ; Vancouver, 48, 78; Victoria 53, 79; Edmonton 43, 66; Calgary 45, 67; Saskatoon 39. 60; Regina 33, 62; Winnipeg 50, 65; Churchill 44. S3; -North Bay 52. 69: Sudbury 57. 70; Windsor 60, 72; To- Three Arrested En Route -To Ottawa SMITHS FALLS (Staff) Three men wanted for break ing. entry and theft by the Welland Police Department were taken into custody by Ontario Provincial Pol ice, Mon day night on Highway 7, be tween Carleton Place and Ash ton. The three, Claude Arsenault, 20, Marcel Gagne, 20, and Louis Tallin, 20, believed to be from Ottawa, were arrested by OPP Constable Athol Smith as they proceeded northeast on the highway toward Ottawa. The men, who offered no re sistance, are in custody in the Lanark county Jail at Perth. pending the arrival of Welland police. AGAIN THIS YEAR... C3H EXRizmcn VALUES are KSU.'JPASSED . : 'Set Vmr DUpUp Vmdtr tkt Grmmdtlamf tmiflNCES LTD. MS IBUl ST. 2134234 117 KSSO& 235-2070 ronto 58, 74; Kingston 61, 79; Ottawa 52, 75; Montreal 59, 74; Quebec 49. 72; Halifax 58. 75; SL John's 47, 61; Chicago 63. 78; New York 68. 90: Washington 72. 92; Miami 80. 91; Denver 48, 85; Tucson 75, 98; Los Angeles 64, 72. CraiH Da AW Mercenary However, newspapermen here found Sinda's statement hard to accept. They have talked with al number of mercenaries who Hive been here for the past month, some of whom are now known to be tn Ksmina. One group of about a dozen South Africans and Rbodesians has been staying at the Hotel Memllng -here sine - short I y after Tsbonrbe became premier on- July I. Among these is J. .C. Puren, a South African who formerly fought for Tshombe in Katanga, Puren is reported to be the chief recruiter for the jhercen- ary force now being formed. Another member of the group is Michael . Hoare, , a former British army officer, who has recently been seen wearing the uniform of Congolese major. Hoare is reported to be beading up the operation at Ksmina A number of other South Africans and Rbodesians who have been here for the east few weeks are flying Harvard trainers against rebel force in the Kasai region. Observers here have report ed for weeks that Puren and Hoare were negotiating with Tshombe to provide kirn with a substantial number of mi cenaries, they went said to have more than IM men avail able in South Africa. WEDNESDAY NOON HOLT COMMUNION spiciallt roe, business rioru v 12.40 P.M. ST. GEORGE'S Metcalfe at Gloaceater . NMt Laarter) ELM VALE Shopping Contr) SL Laurent Blvd. at Smyth Roed Where something good , is always going on signs. jfe Queen gt : Elizabeth m t f the right hotel j in Montreal) Wedk-Kneed Obviously neither Bailey nor Klart and anyone else outside the Mississippi and Alabama delegation wanted trouble with the television eyes of North Ameri ca watching every move.- I Neither ef the Mississippi aelegatieae tried te get late the kail. The Lily- .Whites stayed home watching TV or occupied stats In the public galleries. The freedom1 group held a rally on the Boardwalk outude the); ball surrounded by their squatting supporters hold i n g The civil rights plank of the platform said merely that the law deserves and requires full observance by every American and lair effective enforcement in default , ii miiicu uuu ine civiiijrignts act impairs no" rights and af firms all rights promoting a deeper respect for human dig nity. . ' The Republican platform in San Francisco which many regarded as weak on the subject said comparatively firmly there would be full implementation and firm execution of the law. Candidate Barry Goldwater 'has since promised to throw the full moral .weight of the presidency benind the ect. f However the1- Deaaeeradc vers lea apparently satisfied both North aad Sauta. Sense setitkeraers are claiming k la tee strong: ea artltraers that H Is tee sett. Sat neither side appeared ready is de aaytaku aaeot H. The Platform Committee also avoided trouble by carefully omitting the touchy question of re apportionment. Northern liberals from the cities and urban areas had been expected to demand a. plank at tacking moves hi Congress to bar the Supreme Court from Interfering with the make up of state legislatures. - (The court ruled fast June that constituencies be reapportioned according to popula tion. They acted under the one man. one vote clause of the constitution and ordered federal courts across the country lol ensure reapportionment as soon as possible. The House of Representative has passed 'a bill barring the courts from such action, and a bill aimed at delaying the court la under dis cussion in the senate.) It Is understood ' that the Liberals who were to move, the Plank dropped it after from the White House that John son would see that , the Congres- ntoves would be drop ped but dropped more quiet ly than in a party platform.' ' The ptalfersa aid cesne ewt atreagry against extremists wt eafy after a bwg straggle. The section of the document dealing with H was issued six hours after all sections had beefl given reporter. . ' It recalled the assassination of the law President Kennedy and went on: "we must expose. wherever h exists, the advocacy ol hatred which ' creates the clear and present danger of violence. We condemn) extremism whether from the right or left including the extreme tac rlIV " the John Blrcn a This went one name .further tk.n the Reiwblican party which h. named all but the John Birchen. Candidate Goldwater has conitently relused to name the Birchers. Support also came in the plat form for: the war on poverty, revision of immigration laws. brtter education and economic opportunities for all the social security. Ottawa; Area Deaths HUGH RICHMOND AIT-KEN. ST. (4 Albert Street. MRS. WINNIE McBRIDE. widow o( Hamilton McBride. 120 Britannia Road. VICTOR L. SHARPE. S3. MS Huron Avenue. 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