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t 4 2 Sit IHUt mwm C The Ottawa Journal . pwra KOIOMKU , 2323521 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 261964 7714341 WIII! Ill ! . '-V , V. ' V ' 'Vf , ' y A GOAT IN THE ACT i ,.' . . V A large goat, part of the Story Book Farm display at tba Exhibition, caught the , attention of the Osmond Brother ai they looked over the "Ex" Tuesday. Headlining . the Grandstand Snow with easy Andy Williams, the brothers arc regulars on Andy's " television show and were in on the Travels of Jamie McPheeters, television serial. The singing swinging brothers are. left to right, Wayne, 12: Merrill, 10; Jay, eight; Alan, 14, and Donme, six. HORSE HIT i BY Accident Hopes of ' for- Josalyne' Chaibonaeeu. ; the i. bustle and excitement of I tha'-ExMhltim Horse Shaw ieaas only .sadness. - - Up until last Thursday, Jose yne bad hopes of seeing red ribbon oa the black mar she saved three years to buy. Now, J 'Teacher's Pet? Is buried in I farmer's field. Thursday. Joselyn end her ; .friend. Oenyse St. Louis, were ; on their way from Montreal to Ottawa for 4 be show. Deny is snowing sevea bones from ' bar father's St Bruno Stables. I On Highway W, about 4 mile : south-east of Ottawa, the trailer ' carrying teacher's Pet" blew ' tire. , "W ua loaded, and after. ; when w were putting her back ; in, she broke loo," said Jose- ; rynev A car hit "Teacher's Pet." . breaking her hind leg. There j was nonalternaUve but to put : her away. IN CURRICULUM Massive Pressed The can for "massive curriculum reform" m Ontario fea tured the meeting Tuesday eti the Board of Governors of the Ontario Teachers' Federation. " This reform was urged by Dr. J. R. H. Morgan, director of the Ontario Curriculum Institute. The Institute, which was formed m 1W1. grew out of the delibera tions of various educational bodies. Including the Depart ment of Education and the Ontario Teachen Federation.'. At the time of Its formation, the feeling existed that the curriculum ef the province, as ap- : plied to. elementary and eecondary school, had been out , of touch with socio economic change since about 1M. ' i In establishing this Curricu lum ItKlitut. Which I thought ' to be unique, IU founder sought to bring together teachers. trustee, education! civil rv- r ant, and speclallsU la one body i ' for better communication on the ' subject. .1 According to Dr. Morgan, the ' Institute concerns iuelf wltb f two area of study. ' . Firstly, examination of ! varkwi tublecU m detail end ' the most efficadou study of ; these In term of. timing and ' content. ' t X Secondlv. a study of the aim, i phlloeophies. and purpoae of ' 'the curriculum. The motive of ,' this study I to shift the i ! phail from memory work to a ; more Intrinsic examination of a Dtrticular subject j Criticism of the Institute wa 1 ; voiced by H. F. CIHIe. who i jelt that a deviation from the ' orieinal mi root of the Instltut 1 -;al taking place. He felt there iehould be more emphaai on j rfcaile' raseardi which could be ' research wi by the tea used trr the teacher in the , ' M r--' CAR Dashes 'Ex' Win Twenty-year-old Joselyne is grade three school teacher in Montreal, she bought in f- hand hunter lust a rear ago. Third and fourth prizes won in Quebec horse shows made her hope for Ex high. She bad DianrM to ride "Teacher's Pet' m the.aovice class for working hunters," - - Josalyne estimated her horse was worth 11.000., ... The animal waa not Insured. Oesoits her heart h r e a k tag experience, the young school teacher, who took np riding Just three year ago, 1 not going to fortet about horse. She's going to continue, though when she'll have another bone, she doesn't know. 5 - If her friend, Oenyse, has her war. It may be sooner than she thinks. Josalyne doesn't know iit. but Deny and sev era! others have started a fund. The object a new horse for Jotalya Charbonneau. Reform at OTF classroom rather than the pro- vision of series of lectures. Dr. Morgan replied that the object of the Institute was research and that there was no intention to infringe on the in dividual inventiveness of teacb- i In the classroom. Th Board also received a re port of the ' Programmed Instruction Committee. This mod of teaching consist of series of carefully designed questions arrangedjto form a learning e- f ,fc . .U. ...J . works independently , of the teacher, answering the ques tions In text and then check ing hi answer. . The system has ' particular value with itudents of a higher IQ than other In the c I a . With It such a student can, carry on independently. Teacher Wins j . Third Round v In Dairy Contest TORONTO' Cf) Elizabeth Crawford. 24, a pretty Niagara Falls, Ont.. public w school teacher, won the third preliminary round of the Ontario Dairy Princes contest Tuesday night at th Canadian National Exhibition, The other contestants In the round were Brands Houston of RR2 ,. Brussels, - representing Huron County. " Hilda Mae Skuce of Vernon, representing Carleton County; Janette Finney of RR1 Hornby, represent ing Helton County and Jane Ellen lira ham of RR1 Lindsay, representing Victoria County. The finals are scheduled for Sept 3. Mr i 4 s o (ft. -'V'S'.' ! ft Maura! Pks OossUUea Wtdsl 4i r f-.; j Vj.'' T -r - - v f ) . , s ! - ' ' -- ' The Brook Sisters from Texas, among the beadliner In this year's Grandstand ' Show at the Exhibition, took time out Tuesday to visit the Story Book Farm, near the McElroy Building. The sisters have appeared several times on the Ed Sullivan Show and do several swinging numbers m the Grandstand Show. They are, left to rieht. Annette, nine, who olavs the trans: Elaine. 13. piano, and Malynn. 16. organ. Greenberg, City Agree To Delay TORONTO (CP) Ottawa contractor Irving Greenberg and the city of Otuwa agreed Tuesday to a proposal that no paving be done oa a I,IM-foot dead-end street in east end Ot tawa until an injunction to restrain the project come to trial. Mr. Justice E. L. Haines cf the Ontario Supreme. Court, who made the proposal, had said at a hearing In Toronto Tuesday that If . thia wa agreed to be would not Issue a temporary Injunction as applied for by Mr. Greenberg, Mr. Greenberg contends that th Otuwa City Engineering Department . t inefficient and outdated. He said the depart ment estimated the cost of the work on Glynn Avenue at 120, tot while be believes it could be done much more economic ally. Mr. Greenberg had written Ottawa Board of Control claiming inefficiency In the Engineering Department and urging aa overhaul. He said be also submitted cheque tor tSJNt toward the-cost of the overhaul to show his "good faith." Mr. Greenberg we told his cheque would be returned but be ha not yet received Itw ' ( : Mr. Justice Heine ruled that Mr. Greenberg' application I dismissed with cost reserved to th trial Judge, trial to b expedited. John Nelllgsn of 'Ot tawa was counsel for Mr, Green- oerg. ' Birthday Team Centennial Change Stirs Row in Hull The prospect of building alas Sl.2tt.00t National Institute of Visual Aru building In Hull has (parked a controversy i among members of the Hull Centennial Committee. The Canada Council ntfiriallv announced today a 13.000 grant for ( the National Capital Art Alliance, of Ottawa "to assist with survey costs for the pro posed Institute." The project would coniple- mem the tl2.MM.000 Nat Centre for the Performing Arts to be built in Ottawa. Hull Centennial Committee members told The Journal they only learned of the change of choice for the city' centennial project through newspaper. tm committee agreed, in a brief presented but October to the . Interested . governments, Hull's main project would be a IMt.OOt Art Centre. . The committed feels by mak ing it National Centre the original project idea, "to fn V. t t I In Art of - be th do e the be GRANDSTAND STARS TAKE TIME TO PLAY HEADMASTERS' Stresses Need fori New Emphasis in Education Need tor new emphesia In education wa ixpressed by two leading Ontario educator Tuev day evening. Dr. A.. Davidson. Dunton president of Carleton U a i v r- ity, told delegate to th Sum- melt Conference of the Ontario Headmasters' Association,' being held at Carleton, that there wa a need to improve graduate and research program at Canadian unlvertitles. "It' not glowing picture.' Dr. Dunton said. "Our univer sities are behind many unlver title In other countri." "There must be reel strength In Canadian graduate work to meet the need of the country.' Carleton' president added. TURNING ELSEWHERE Dr. Dunton aid K wa depressing that Canadian students were seeking advanced gradu ate education r elsewhere' because the standard of work our students went looking for w not obtainable In Canada. Dr. Dunton added that "It hurt" to bear of student who had to request money from American foundation to carry on thetr' Mudie. ' "We need more research to universitie v Just to .keep the good men in them," Dr. Dunton Id.; ,:. ... ., , v v Need for. curricula revision in Grade 11 wa expressed to the delegate by Fred Hamilton. who beaded the Grade U revt-l Up in Arms proof of the presence and viulity of the French' element the National Capital area." would be lost. .' Th National Centre would definitely replace the (mailer Centre." said HCC (pedal projects committee presld a t Jean Iasaly. Tuesday. " Another Committee memo e r told' The Journal, he had not been' consulted about the change plan. "Our Committee wa formed. said, for suggesting project and' making these surveys. If National Capital Aru Alliance ha been called upon to our work, 'we're left without purpose." ' Following th presentation of HCC brief, in October, the' Quebec Government announced the Hull Committee wa th only committee to - suggest centennial project for Western Quebec if that project was to considered and suhsidiied by the Quebec Government. iJeornal Pkaae ay Olatea Widei CONFERENCE i km committee that recently re ported t the Ontario Minister of Education. ' Mr. Hamilton suggested thati all headmasters be familiar with the report' recommendation. Rain Douses Hopes Of , CNE Officials TORONTO (CPJThe hope of Canadian "National Exhibi tion official of drawing more than 3,000.000 person to their show for the third straight year took another dousing Tuesday. Rain, lashed by winds of up to 80 mile an hour and a 30- minut thunder (torn slammed the exhibition grounds Just be fore the (upper hour, wrecking some of the midway and Causing cancellation of the water-: front: show, . It waa th third time in four days - adverse weather had plagued the exhibition and held crowd down. . i Th attendance Tuesday wa 13&300, compared to 177,000 for the same day last year. At tendance so far this year I 653.000. a. drop of 13.000 vis itor over last year attend ance for the first four day of 738.000. - Y,-' Quebec City government of- ficials could no-be reached lorlen)J UJ rebjlel Ior ,p,rtntcnt comment on the change of choice of th civic project to a Nationa enterprise. U1 J v. r it MRS. LUCY O'LEARY Cor Winner Thought She'd Die' Streaking to the Ex by taxi In IS minutes, Mrs.. Lacy O'Uary. Jt. of tW King Street, Tuesday night won the CCEA car draw. A 1M4 Chevrolet goes to the non-driver who arrived at the main office at 1I.4S with lucky ticket 010JI7. First ticket drawn at th bendsbell. It wu bought Friday. Mrs. O'Leary live on caning Avenue, west of the E x p e r M mental Farm, with her mother and eon Patrick, S. He beard the number called on the radio. "I thought - I'd die" Mr. O'Leary blurted, not knowing if she would keep the car. It depend on insurance costs. And she has no licence. But H would come m bandy for driving Patrick to W. G, Cowling Public School, she said. It wa a S1.4S taxi flight for the winner with a driver who thought (he had to be on the ground by 11 p.m. Th deed-line for ticket bolder I 11.10 p.m. OBSTACLE RIDE Harness Horses Act Up at 'Ex' Saddle and harness bone, as high-strung and temperamental as a group of actor, held the stage of the Coliseum arena in Tuesday evening' Her Show. - 1 Like nervous entertainer. of the hones refused to go on 'tug or perform, while others. Just like "ham" per formers, seemed to enjoy being the centre of attention and put off leaving the arena a long a possible. -: '". ; For onlooker probably the most spectacular and trhilling of th evening . was lb Ladle' Working Hunter Horse competition which featured eight different Jump. . ' ', i A one experienced observer commented, "The pctator feel a surge of sxcltemenC as rider urges her hone as and ever the obstacles.' WINNERS ';(.) i -y . When the Jumping competition wa ' over, ' Kingfield. Farm' High Flight, who was given a "masterful ride" by J a t Bai-nv was declared the win ner. ; ; - . . . i Other whiter were: Ladle' Conformation. Hunter: Bit O Honey, owned by Mr. and Mr. D. W. Fleming, ridden by Mn. Fleming. Child' Combination Pony: Cottyr topper Boy. owned end ridden by Suzanne Robi- doux. Single High Stepper: King' Getety, owned by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ryan, driven by Alt Jones. Saddl Her: Something , Special, owned . by Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Franchee- chmU ridden by Mrs. Frances- chml. .I , - j 'Team of Pure Bred Belgians In Harness: owned nd driven by Stewart Crabb. Knock-down (. ililW Mil IH II III I i miMiMj Mi 'lie iCHOOGAG APARTMENT VACANCIES OMA Seeks End To Tax Rebates LONDON, Ont. (CP) - The Ontario Municipal Association llvt almiat uiunfiMui Mitwwirf T i. , . , .... .. vacancies because the allow- ance subsidizing the apart ment owners come from other taxpayer. Delegate to th ttth annual OMA convention her also urged that legislation permit ting a hotel and motel room tax and a sales tax exemption for all municipal purchase be initiated. They defeated a proposal to seek taxable inccmi deductions for municipal taxes. NO DISCUSSION . Th really controversial is sue education costs and ar bitration to outlaw municipal strikes did not reach the disM cussion stage during the three- hour resolution session. Resolution ' Chairman . Wil liam Arcner of Toronto : announced his committee will 'rec ommend approval of a form of compulsory arbitration wb the provincial cabinet will have discretionary power to Impose .arbitration on municipal labor dispute. Earlier. , delegate rejected by if to us vote a motion seek ing to prohibit future discus sions of resolution with provin Navan Entry Wins Top Belgian Trophy Blond!' Betty hi th nam of the new holder of the Canadian Belgian Horse Associa tion's Perpetual Trophy for grand champion Belgian mar. The big brown boric, owned by Allan Scharf. of Navan. took the trophy after fcelng Judged best yeld mare and ae- nkor champion mare at the Coliseum Tuesday afternoon. Reserve grand champion April, owned by Stewart Crabb. of Richmond Gilbert E. Arnold first prize two-year-old filly. Bondal May, wa named Junior cham pion mare. Granville. Que. exhibitor Arnold Woods ide .Duke Farceur took the tricolors for gvend champion and senior champion stallion. Tinkerdale MacDonald. ed by D. M. Barr. Vankleek Hill, is Junior champion stal lion. THRILLS and out clan: Hula Hoop, own- ed by Ripple Rock Farm, rid den by Dave Lancaster. Road- Men: Miss Giant Killer, by Mr. and Mrs. Fraser Hurd-J by Mr. Hurdman. Hara Show Pony: Wee Georgle, owned by Jean and Bea Hurdman. driven by Walter Hurdman. Open Five Gaited Saddl. Hone: Yogi Bear, own ed by Mr. and Mr. F r a r Hurdman, ridden by Mr. Kurd- i' PROLIFIC PIONEER EDMONTON (CP)-A former Edmonton high school teacher i completed kit fifth book en Pioneer life In Alberta. William Wilder McKinley Parker. 7L aye his latest, "Bush Home- Weed Girl," relate to hi own experience pioneering on the lamuy aomeatead N mile northwest of here.. He ha written two book of poetry, lishaw Embarks ibri Another Criisode V Underdog David CewlUbaw is off on another crusade today or saivm Macoonald, who claim to b a former RCMP egent cast off by th national police force" ' Cowllshaw wa balled out of County Jail about 1 p.m. Taw-day, om four hour after ha was fined a total of $7 or IS day In Jail for throwing a blood bomb on th floor of the House of Commons Monday.- . ' He said he could not identify u party - wno put ap - the money, tie referred red that cial government officials before OMA meetings. LEVELS CHARGE An apparent basis for the controversy arose from -a charge levelled M o a d a y by Mayor Gordon Stronach of Lon don that the provincial govern ment attempted to forestall embarrassing request by planting politically ambitious sup porters within municipal associations. During Tuesday' session Mr. Archer said that, as resolutions chairman, be had an obligation to seek information from any source, including Municipal Affair Minister Wilfred Spooner and his staff, that would aid him in performing hi duties more efficiently. J He also denied be had planted" within the OMA. Delegate reversed six rec ommendations made by the res olution committee, including a Niagara Fall request to Im pose-a r room tax. It was de cided only municipalHie wish ing to introduce the tax need do to. The delegate also- overruled a committee recommendation by approving a Kingston .resolution asking th provincial and federal government to exempt all municipal purchase "from sale tax. . Other first prise wincing Belgian were three year old stallion. McElmstead Mike. Stewart Crabb owner; a-ae-year-old (tallioo, Laddi Promoter. Edward Fmdlay. Majsottck, owner, brood mare. Rocky Maple Acre Lady. Ormlc Parks, North Gowar. owner; ooe-year-old fUly. Commander's Ky Farceur, Gilbert Crawford. Richmond, owner, foal. Tern. Alan Scharf, owner. Scfcarfe also took first in th Get-of-Sir and Progeny - of Dam classes. 300 Hear Candidates FORT WILLIAM fCPWrtfL clsm of their own next' or. ginizatioa interspersed attacks on th current governmant as leadership of the Ontario Lib-! party spoke to political jr i uesoay nignL The candidates said the Pro- grive Cmservativ tovern- nnt ha become fat, comnla. cent and corrupt but the Lib- rai will hav to rejuvenate their organization If they -expect w win in next provincial election, expected la 1MT. About JO persons turned out to hear speeche by Robert Nixon, member of the legisla ture ior Brant; Andrew Thompson, member for Toronto Dov ercourt; Eddie Sargent, mayor uwen sound and member for Gray North; Charles Temple-ton, former executive news editor of the Toronto Sun J. J. (Jo) Greene, member of Parliament for Renfrew South: and Vic Coop, mayor of Hamilton, A seventh candidal. Joseph Gould, number of th leftist tare for ' Toronto Bracoodale. waa unabl to attend the rally due- to a back injury. CANADIAN HOMES IN UK Timber '' frame home, designed by Canadian, r being tested ra three are In Britain tn Edinburgh, In Hertford-hlr and la Lancaihir. ' party only as "a sympathizer." H left County JH m aa expensive grey car with a man and woman. , . Cowlishsw, "M, from V a n, eouver, pleaded guilty earlier la th day to a charge of wilful -damage. He admitted throwing a container of beef blood onto th floor from a gallery. He aid be did It to draw ttetition to th plight of Mr. MacDonald. Cowllshaw head an organization known) a Underdog, dedicated to righting wroaga bgainat, Leadership "little, people." , y ,1 v. vi a, mm a,,oijatiMoiXi isu m a,1'? Lisa: sWjfsW! 7 '- : ' ..t-ij ' 1-iiV !? - ' V 4

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