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7- . ure ant CLila S.IisTt I m - V, 1 1- THE OTTAWA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28. 10M 43 SHARE $37,000 . Name Carleton Entrance Scholarship NVinners Forty-three entrance scholar-ships to Carletoo University have been announced by registrar Dr. John McLeish. Total scholarship value if more than 137.000. International Nickel Company Scholarship. Rosemarie Fletcher. Glebe. Collegiate. E. B. Eddy Coihpany Continuing Scholarship. John E. Hopkins. Litgar Collegiate. Henry Marshall Tory Scholarships: Brian Hassard, Glebe Collegiate: Susan Hendry. Brockville: Caroline Iwasaki. Ridgemont High School. Regional Entrance Scholarships: Charlenc County, Rocky-ford. Alberta. Stanley Currie. Toronto: John Fraser, Rothesay. NB; Susan MacRae, Poiate Claire. Que.. The Ottawa Citizen Scholarship, lan Richardson. Ridge-mont High School. University Entrance Scholarships: Lynne Douglas. Lauren-tian High School: Geoffrey Evans. Lisgar Collegiate: Neil Fetner. Fisher Park High School; Jeffrey- Howe, Nepean High School; Morna MacOdrum. Brockville; Dorothy M o o d y. Ridgemont High School; Joseph Purdy,' Woodroffe High School; Richard Stanley, Rideau High School. Mercy Neal Southern Entrance Scholarships: David Hal-trecht. Ottawa Technical High School; Janet Harris, Glebe Collegiate; Lorne Rachlis. I Nepean High School; Ronald Warner. Russell. F. W. C. Mohr Scholarships: Janet Cawley. Ridgemont High School; Janet McCarney, Brock- . ville; Andre Perrai, Ottawa Technical High School; Ronald Thaxter. Cardinal; Janice May Court News SENTENCE NEXT WEEK -. Frank William Corkeran. 24. who said, he bad been in Ottawa only five months, feleaded . guilty in Police Court Tuesday to charges f uttering forged postal money , orders ni pos-session of stolen money orders. 'ji Polk aaid be cashed on for "i May It amd Monday fled . from -a Weat End drags tore '. while attempting to cash an- other. They said $40 worth of stolen money order were found. Corkerai i was remanded one ; week for sentencing by ' trans' Saw.'1.' ' " .'" - CASHED FORGED CHEQUES ' Lao Paul Rote, about , of v no fixed address, pleaded guilty to five . charges of ottering ' forged cheques, m City Police Court Tuesday. Most of the cheques were cashed at city banks and da back to March . He ras mended so Friday for sentenc ing by Magistrate Sauve. "J 1 'ADMITS ASSAULT 1 Oscar Gagnon. si ef 23 Clar-ance Street, pleaded guilty in . City Police Court Tuesday to a charge) of Indecent assault of -nine-year-old girl.' n r, . Police said it war only re-'' cently the assault cam to the ' attention of the girli parents. They said it was committed ' Aug. IS. ... I ..... Magistrate Sauve remanded Gagnon to Sept I for sentence - FAST SERVICE ON FILM DBVELOPMBN1 . KODACOLOR ; : 24 Hours BLACKWHITE - Same Pay Service PK0TCGRAP1UC ' ' V stores im - SS ayatks ns iinsnl 1 is buss at, o.a. . J.D.Sanderson Company United 4 QjrtoortNcjirv ROOF REPAIRS SHEET METAL WORK ' ' 417 CATHERINC ST. """ .' , ' CES434S 'I ' EASTVIEVy Sheppins; Contr Montreal rtoad at Riverside Drive Where something good - fs always going on" PIANOS . son, iimitis; 15$ Bask SL (at Cooper) RIDE RELAXED RIDE REFRESHED ik GO OXC. ENJOY THE BEST i a tin p.t Lsasases Young. Pointe-au-Chene, Que. D. Roy Campbell Eat ranee Scholarship: Richard Han sen, Nepean High School. Association of Professional Engineers Entrance Scholarship: Toomas R. VII mans e a, Chesterville. General Entrance Scholarships: Barbara Boardman. Woodroffe High School: Barbara Burton, Brampton; C h r i stine Hayden, Ridgemont High School Richard Janke. ParkhilL Meyer Katln. and Eric Knight, both off $25,000 fc ACH E Youth Admits Guilt i ,r ' i -. & in y oreaicrinsv A story of ttktd len treasure worth Stt.MO. found in an encampment on Mohr Island la the Ouawa River, was told-In County Magistrate's Court Tues day. ,- Wayne; Poulter. 17. of 44 Wel- lesley .Street, appeared before Magistrate Harry Williams on IS charges of breaking and en tering and theft from I cottages along the Ottawa R iV r in Torbolton Township, , PLEADED GUILTY .' He pleaded guilty to all charges and was' remanded in custooy tor one wets tor a pre- sentenf-a VMnrt.l The court was told Podlter faces M ether: similar charges in Quebec. V. Magistrate - Williams - said these could bo beard in Carlo- ton County Court Sept. 8 if ap proval was obtained from the Quebec TertjB3; Ultimatum n QUEBEC ;(CP The Quebec government Has ordered one leading: figure . m ; provincial education to resign and de manded the resignation of nine other unless they get rid of their Interests In the school textbook field. ' The ' government order-in- council made public Tuesday followed a Civil Service Com mission inquiry into conflict-of-interest charges matte In a provincial royal commission report on the book trsde. HAD CHOICE - '. ; The royal commission report said many senior Quebec edu cation officials bad a voice in the choice of their own books for us m Quebec schools and bad made about S 1,500,000 in royalties since 1S51. The civil service commission report, also mad public Tuesv day, cam to the same conclusions' at the Royal Commission findings mad public last January. The commission carried out its own investigation after Roland Vinette, secretary to the old public instruction depart' ment and Its Roman Catholic committee, asked Premier Le ss ge to investigate his conduct. Hi request was made follow ing publication of the royal commission report , , , .' . The old department of public Instruction, under which the Roman Catholic and Prot estant committees appointed by the respective churches had full authority,- hat since been replaced by a Quebec Department or Education, The order-in-council sskec Gerard Filteau, technical ad viser to the old department of instruction, to resign immediately or be fired by the govern ment. , ..r . The Civil Service Commis sion said he committed plagiar ism and hit conduct was mor- ally reprehensible. The royal commission renort taw ne maoe . (184,701 in royalties from books he had Fisher Park High School. Ann Laughlin. Bourlamaa.ua. Qua.. Ellen Looker, Rideau High School; Donald McLeish, and Victoria Monkman, both Ridge- mrnii Uiat. Cj-IumI James H. Rattray Memorial Scholarships'. William . Foster and Susan Hum, both Glebe Collegiate. Ottawa Business and Profes sional Women's Club Scholar ships: Elizabeth; Dickson and Janet Sobb.botb- Glebe Colle giate UNCOVERED attorney-generals of, tha two provinces, Tarboltod C hi f Constable William -Griese salt, the hidden loot consisted of 'seven boaU II outboard motors, camping equipment and large amounts. or .grocenes. ' Poulter tat with eyes dbwji cast as Chief Griese said most of the loot had been recovered. "Many of the outboard motors bad been dumped In the Ottawa River and without the cooperation of the accused ' it would have been impossible to f n d them." said.the chief. s The stockpile was found late In June .following a wave , of break-ins in the township, par ticularly at Crown Point. It took a convoy of seven boats to ferry the stolen- goods back from Mohr IiuuuL .v , . a voice to selecting and the Civil Service Commission said he committed plallaritm through hit translation, without permission, of a United utet textbook. "There existed strange, even false, system of preparation and approval of curricula and textbooks for schools," the Civil Service Commission, .re ported. ; . tKi:-f. ' Mr. Vinette, the highest off) cial named, was ordered to cut all tie with textbook publishers and- with textbook -approving bodies or resign. y ( . The : ordeMn-councU . repri. manded Mr, Vinette for hit part in the "system." The Civil Service. Commission 'report accuteer aim of , lacking "Judgment and spirit of initiative- and says be allowed the system to continue "if, not expressly, st least tatitly." The nine were given 90 days to retitn from anv badv which approve textbooks or magazine of which they are authors, collaborators or adviser. They were also ordered to tat na or any interests they nave in textbook publishing bouts. on or th civil servants named In -the Roys' Commission report, Marte-Jeann Da- vignon. secretary of th elementary schools commission m the old school structure, was exonerated by th Civil Serv ice Inquiry. H said she was rot employed by th government In two when - her book were adopted for use In schools. - Th other eight persons nam ed M the report are: Cecil Rouleau, editor of the govern-m n t educational , magazine Revue d rinstruction Pub- Hqoe; technical . adviser Charle BHodeaa and Maurice Gotselin; Rev. Paul Carignan, working for the education de partment as a visitor to family institutes: C'erary Beaudry, principal or Jacques Cartier Normal ' School m Montreal. and three Normal School teachers, Jean-Guy Pepin. Alain De- bray and Louis Perron. LAST 3 DAYS... . y DOLT END SPECIAL A elMrane. or too bett aaea at Mf flnwt Mln. 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White nly, In Haas t to is. a.s. si ts BATON'S mail ardsrt tion between, public,' private and church schools In Africa. Hi said that graduates sent No Byelection Dates Set Yet PM (By The CP The government "has not yet chosen a v& "sssass: jasat "mmm1 'sssaWf8 out by the American Peace Corps, and Its Canadian equivalent, the Canadian Universities Service Overseas, were "better than none," but the. real demand was for qualified and experienced teachers. i. . SACRAMENTO - California claims it produces 'more citrus fruit than any other state -I .00 in -j 1 .98 ' .. ' Wear nait sip- btock ! J sft.t. - ' ' h BMta-' 1.C3 f2 Tai .a . . t ai a aAft Ii I - fniftiA - 1 1 1 i 1 1 in: WW: no IPVK bad lM l , I ; date for federal byelections to fill the two commons vacancies for Westmorland riding in New Brunswick and Waterloo South In Ontario. Prime Minister Pearson said Tuesday. 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