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August 26, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 8

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leged insult beyond what he had read ha the paper, adding he would take ao action tstless re- The Place To Obtain Highest Quality ?, -. First Rua PURE MAPLE SYRUP : tr ' , .'' PeSsr.Csvlst Ui 41 Yerk M, St-ns ADAMS FORIUTORE . 143 BANK ST. Tim. Parkkag flack at .." if.'. Store -j , . JOIN RA Aiplicitio Ftrmt AvmUbU i ' RA Ctutr " eir aiwmmw aetue 1 ' I sh'mwi wan i . . Td. REMI99 151 Sparks St at O'Connor SLOWS i FOR HONEST VALUES PERSONAL SERVICE i .-v r . - u' m.in sumidlin in i , af 'iT ieT n .-4 OPEN CAMP SUNNY ACRES ten mem n tase you to see tne trains-It's a nice walk of miles." , U EUton Cardiff treaded gently through the Commons flag debate Tuesday night, toss ing oft homespun advice to fel low members oa how to get elong with people end stay in parliament. ym - . .- I would tag gett to the younger members of the House if you want to stay here don't talk too often and then tbey don't know how stupid yoe yon are," he said. , . , f The 75-year-old Conservative from Huron said he has seen many members leave the Commons in bi U ream "Mind you, they were a lot smarter men then I and could make wondertul speeches, hut when ft 1 1 .".' 410 Bank Strctt I! ' Some 33 of Ottawa's older citizens have taken over the YMCA't Camp Y-on-the-OUawa, near Dunrobin, for the two weeks of camping. Called Canp Sunny Acres" during that two weeks, it is sponsored jointly by the West Ottawa Rotary ; Club and Jhe West Qttawa YMCA. Tuesday the RoUry Club joined the campers , for supper and after supper the ladies began setting up a Thanksgiving display. Working pa the display are, standing left. Mrs. Stanislaus Grabowska with Mrs. H. Wilson. Kneeling is Mrs. Margaret Jones. ' ' Jirml Pkot kr Dontnkm Wkta) OTTAWA POSTCARD Claim PriesifCalled Nigerians 'Monkeys' LAGOS (Reuters) Interna! Affairs Minister Attajl Sbeba Shag art el Nigeria laid Tees-day he Is not considering taling any sjctiea against a Canadian Rgraaa Catboihc prteat acre who ha bees criticised by a local ' newspaper. ' - The paper. The West African Pilot, claimed ' Monday that Rev. James McKeowa Insulted Nigerians by allegedly calling them monkeys oa a post card which the priest mailed home. Shagart told a reporter be had oo knowledge of ' the al quested to launch sin investigation. - ' . Tot West African Pilot head lined lu front page story "Reverend. Father insults Nigeria . says our people, are mon keys." ...... , . The story said Father . Mc Keowa sent a post card from Bauchi, northern Nigeria, to Mark McKlnoea of Ottawa. The paper published what purported to be the beck of the post card on whkh was writ- n: . .; ' . .. Dear Mark: this ie chance from monkeys. Give my love to your trended and grandma Says Breath Test Law Not Planned . 'TORONTO (CP) - W. i Has-kett,. Ontario transport minister, said Tuesday his depart-atent Is not ammd t livw. porete a recent proposal by Dr. Morton Snulman, chief Toronto coroner, to curb traffic fatalities through - legalising breath analysis teats. . Mr. Haskett laid be 'would like to see the federal govern. meat strengthen the Criminal Code by spelling out what constitutes an impaired or a drunken driver. Dr. Shulmaa suggested ia-e letter to the minister Saturday that driven ..aaolvia ler. llo ences be required to sign aa ajreemeni weereoy police sen aak drivers mi inv tttna fn anK- Ject themselves lo the teeu. If anvers rentsea to comply taeir licences should be cancelled. 'PONT TALK TOO OFTEN' Veterdn MP Hints to (By The CP) - Veteran MP Keep came dowa to solid facts they forgot all about the people who elected them. ... "More people talked themselves out of this House then talked themselves into It." Mr. Cardiff said be wai (peaking for hi people when he supported the Red Ensign. A farmer who hi secretary-treasurer of the Huron Plowman's Association, Mr. Cardiff had a special theory on the business of getting along with men. 1 1 . . "There ere some men yon cannot get along with ... unlets yon give them a good ticking. 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