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MP's1 EMBARRASSING MOMENT He Had the Answer But Not the Question (By TV CP) - Further evt- dence. if any were needed, thai MP's life is fraught wuh embarrassments provided Hi (he Commons Wednesday during the lth day of flag defeat. I William Skoreyko (PC Ed monton East) was giving re-...It. of a flax poll conducted hv the Edmonton Journal which, he said, showed people el thai area favor the Red En- Osles J. Godin (L Nickel Mt) popped up to ak the mrriin. of the question In newspaper had put to Us Mr. Skoreyko searched vainly through Ms papers and finally i. Favreau' Would his claims be examined. Raid Scott. NOP member for Toronto -Danforth. Wednes- dav asked tbe Justice Minister, wanting that Mr. Macdonald had spoken of returning "and paying at another visit if some thing isn't aooe. . Such an Investigation it being mda. disclosed Mr. Favreau. ' "Be H on your own head if It b) not." cracked NDP Whip Stanley Knowles at the House laughed nervously and glanced up at the Canary from wher Monday'-."blood bomb" bad i been omeasity hurled. nbCpost v -Mr. Scott wanted to know, too. whether the Incident didn't indicate it was time for the Government to start thinking - about establishing the office of an Ombudsman. (This to a Government-appointed official assigned to look into Injustices committed by Civil Servants against members of the public Tbe system, reported Mr. Scott, was a "vary widespread . success , la new leelend.) .: Appoint an' Ombudsman, be . suggested, and such complaints . a th "Blood Bomber's" might . not be brouiht "oulte so drama' ticalry" to Parliament's atten- . tion. , . Speaking, carefully, at "an Individual." at he specified, and . not necessarily as Justice Minister. Mr. Favreaa agreed an Ombudsman might Indeed be a good idea. . rotn Pace One Door To this the Prim Minister re plied: "An Interview hat been requested and will be arranged. I am always anxious to give sympathetic consideration to reason able arguments.' Now Democratic Leader T. C. Douglas suggested that t h e "current salary . difficulties,' clearly Indicated that this was "th appropriate Mm to bring hi legislation for Civil Service collective bargaining." , The Prim Minister reminded him that for nearly a yt former CrvH Service Commission Chairman and Canadian Ambassador to Washington Ar nold Heeney had been studying how collective bargaining best could be introduced into Gov ernment-staff relation. M. Heeney's report, be add ed, was expected "before long." Hull Tech Head Gets New Post Marie-Lou it Carrier, principal of th Hull Instltut of Technology tine 1047. hat been named general director of the Qty of School at Veud-rauB. an education project tMMf.boiK near Montreal. v It w timUar to the Hull CHy of School to be built in Gatl-neeu park. , Tb Quebec Education Department has not yet announced hit replacement at th bead of th HuH Inttltut of Tech nology, -i A Plan for th now Hull hurtl-l tut art being prepared and it is expected that th new building will be located to th Hull CHy of School. Shop With Confidence Where Yen Sm Thb ' Seal of SatiifacHoR conceded he didn't have the in formation before him. Mr. Godin said Mr. Skoreyko should at least have the courtesy to produce the facts in at tempting to back up hisjr(tu- ment In favor of the ited tn- ifn. later. Mr. Skoreyko said the state flag of Hawaii includes Union Jack in the upper corner next to the staff to record Its discovery by the British in I77ft Mr. Godin asked whether the Conservative MP was recom mending that Canada adopt the Hawaii stat flag. Mr. Skoreyko said Hawaii is not ashamed of the Union Jack. Why should Prim Minister Pearson be? Kaneb Praises City Manager Proposal CORNWALL (Special) - A proposal mad at the Ontario Municipal Association Conference in London that municipali ties adopt a city manager type of government has been en dorsed by Mayor Nick Kaneb, "Such a system would be de sirable for Cornwall." he said. but added a highly qualified man would b needed to fill the post. A manager - council admini stration would free the city council body to spend more time on matters of policy and lest on the administrative end. Th city la currently awaiting a meeting - with a consultant firm which carried out a study the present administration tot-up. tt Is believed th recom mendations may be able to save the dry SMt.MM tn administrative cost. Lansdowne Boy's Death Probed BROCKVILLE (CP) - A Kingston doctor hat called for. autopsy reports following th death from encephalitis brain Inflammation of 14-year- old Elmer Crawford of Lans downe. tt miles west of he Dr. Donald Partington, who treated the boy in Kingston General Hospital, said the causa of th injection was not known. Elmer, th ton of Mr. and Mrs. Milliard Crawford, was ad mitted to the hospital Aim. It and died but Friday. ; ir. a. c Thorns, director of tna Leeds and Grenvtll health unit, said that since the bo L 1 . . . - - w oeen taken from tb area to Kingston, the case m Of Bit Jurisdiction. Rirf if .k. ailment proved to be of a serious nature or communicable he w ur n would be imttfM r7 Cobden Man Loses Life In Rescue Bid HUDSON HOPE. BC (CP- A would be rescuer rushed to his death in a vain, attempt to save a dead workmate, police said Wednesday night. They said John Joseph Du rack. 28, of Cobden, Ont., rush ed down a gat-filled tunnel with two other to help John Robert GUlis. v But GUlis. 50. of South Burnaby, BC. had died instantly In an explosion that rocked the 2.000-foot drainage tunnel at the giant Peace River- dam site near her like a cannon. Durack and hit companions only got a few hundred feet inside the tunnel beor they were overcome. Durack col lapsed and the two others stag gered to open air where they war revived. Three others were severely injured in the explosion at the construction area near this community I2S miles north of Prince George. . Police said Durack nd hit companions mad "mad dash" down th tunnel. They reached only few hundred feet insid before they were overcome. Says Canada Complacent In TB Attitude MORRISBURG (Special) Stormont - Dundas tuberculosis mass survey committee, getting set to open a survey at Brinston Sept. I. held a combined dinner- meeting Wednesday night in the Morrisburg Civic Bulding. TB teals are conducted in the surveys. Dr. CW. L. Jeanes. execu tive secretary of the Canadian; Tuberculosis Association, was guest speaker. Only 7 to M per cent of tbe Canadian population hat hi reached by association test, be pointed out. He said it was in th remaining M to M per cent that the highest incidence of tuberculosis occur. He added there are It t of TB and thre deaths from the contagious disease daily In Canada. Wonder drugs haw made CnH'"iff complacent in their attitude toward tuberculosis be cause of their phenomenal effect in reducing th Infection." he said. . Arrested in Theft Of MP's Plane - VALLEYVIEW. Alt. CP-A tip from a car driver led to th arrest of Marion Lee Res- Mr on a charge1 of stealing an airplane owned .by a member of Parliament. RCMP said Res- ner, an American, would be re turned to Wbilehort to face chart of stealing a seaplane owned by Eric Neilson. Con servative MP for Tb Yukon. Mr. Neilson reported hit plan stolon June M from Whltehort. It was recovered several day later m the Whitebors area. OUTDOOR SHOP on the McArthur Road in Eastyiew Friday and Saturday Only Offer a SfHtclal TRADE-IN OFFER ' ' on this Tecomaster 19" .; ' ROTARY MOWER ' Your Old Hand or Power Mower I Worth f.2.t . .. tnetsNIMss et Caiuea ... . ,: : mi i imiim i, ii ii, - smmmmshhi Regular price Lest trade-in YOU PAY 57.99 12.99 .00 Dignd with 2V4 H P. 4ycl Briggt and Stratton engin with aty tpin recoil (tartar. Has front discharge chut. Stop, run. and chok controls are conveniently located on handl. Rubber Urea. . . C era ftiiii Ritu. usin i pei .; THE OTTAWA JOURNAL. look to collective bargaining to solve ail, their problems. Civil Service Commission chairman R. G. MacNeill told the Triennial Convention of the Na tional Unemployment Insurance Association in Toronto today. It -. ::r'j v'-w ,-. v...... . ' m THURSDAY. AUGUST 27. 19M Bargaining Not Whole Answer? Civil servsnts should not "You should not look to col lective bargaining fori the pure ly economic gains it achieves for you," he said. That are 13 Order Clerks tn. assist you Clearance of Summer Furniture HOOP CHAIRS Ref. 4.99 CIuium MM piste. Mil Jsil Beg S.99 , ciwim m m Folding Chaise ', ' '. : I He pointed out that ttaff associations must, to bargain effectively, have a greater knowl- AT LMT Deluxe 4-Slice toasters: Toasts four slices of toast all at once, just the way you like it . . . Chromium plated finish. Regular ItJt. Sale price. 13.08 Telephone and Mail Qrders Accepted . ,",1 Phone 232-9421 or 236-7561 Tubular aluminum frame with plastic ' handle. Regular I4.U. s - AC Ctaatane pric. eech JL Patio Tables Regular MS. ' Clearance price, each 3 Only i 6 ft. Umbrellas Regular MJS. Clearance price, each lUpok'Flilwj''- -t'l Suncot Mattress Regular IMS. r., Oearanc prica, each 1.90 26-99 EATON'S September Ami st a U. - A seat " a lee". OMiaarUr a.. ft a .scb .1.''' Use.- teiMtur i-t, Bee 8.23 Madeira-type cotton lac in 3-ton Ecru floral pattern with double scalloped edge. Imported Cotton Une . , v j Tea Towelling , 5 re. for 2.09 Sturdily woven sbsorbent Ta Towelling. ," generous 22" width. mmm. 9 v ' X i r A r edge of problem of manege-.rapid ment technique and devices used by managers for making long-range plana. "This may mean the creation of larger . centralized research staff to keep abreast of the tuts: Final Clearance of Ladies'- SUMMER SPORTSWEAR Croup 1. Regular p Sale, each Croup J-' Regular up Sale, each Group 1. Regular ip Sal, ach Group 4. Regular Sale, each , Croup I. Regular up Sale, eech In the group are Bermuda Short, Short Shorts, Slacks, Jacket, Blouses nd Skirts. Select from the following - groups: to SJS. to SJS. up to ,,... 1SJS. to 1SJS. i;oo 2.oo 3.00 4.00 5.00 No Phon or MaS Order pleat . 1 Only of Each In the group are' Wools, Nylon and Wool, Kinky Wool, Acrllan, Etc. Assorted colours from which to choose. Siz r tegular price Sal pric 9 wi5 , 42.95" ' xir 133.41 ; " 103.00 Wx I: ; 122.50 81.50 '4" XIV c ".' 25600 171.00 r x V 105.00 680 3' e' t 4l.oo 27.00 ' I' . X 10'8" 183.00 109.50 rxp 69.15 46.50 r.4kl3'6" 54.50 365 xlO' 80J5 74.95 r xlov 80.15 74.95 8 xlO'4" 07.00 ' r xir . 10850 70.00 r x 7'5" 118.00 79.00 '. xlO'6" 13.50 62.50 f x 106n 03.50 - 62.50 60M x 6'8" 75.00 -v ,. 50.00 V. xlV - 156.00 s " ' Decor -Cued, Warm, Lightweight All-Wool Blankets EATON September -1 Sale, each , EATON SepUmber " Sale, set .- Sturdy Multi-Check Lasea Tea Towels 39c Telephone and Mall Orders Accepted : Phono 232-9421 or 236-7561 . There are U Order Clerks to assist you . volution in manage ment." he taid. Mr. MacNeill also said the whole problem of regional venations in wage rates makes pay determination at , the federal level extremely complicated. Special Purchas Young Men's SHOES 9.93 . Soft-textured, resistant-to-pilllng, firm ly woven blanket, richly bound with 6" rayon acetate! Pink, Oreen, - Blue, Sandalwood, Sunset Red or Gold colour. Qeneroua double-bed size, about- 73" x W", - ' '. ' v. i ail.-i-- i-e n hi -. . a-a . a... t-Pic Cotton CbmlUe Bath Mat Sets 4.98 High and low pile make pretty "pom-pon" design! Mat. about 24" a 36V hat rubberized back. BIim, Yellow, Gram, Pink. Aqua, Antique Gold colour or Whit. . :- S for ' 2.29 iMotti leatner peats wlUl MUlM i thT Ml. PUda ... mUpms, r r-or.Mtf nmMmw styM. Slnsl sol.. niMh aselar s li t. ' Sale pair 0.00 Coloar! PovderPsCcniSet Inchide toilet, attau steel enamel Tanltjr baaln with ohromium rim. Colour of euntan. pink, creen. or blue. saw, 1 cowplt)ts G0odIjD0(j LSodoo 20 Off Usual Prices! "Trapper Point' . ' , Wool Blankets EATON September Sale Price, each ' Single-bed (tea, SO s - 1ft Ordinarily UM V lln' Double-bed size, 71- x St". , - f Ordlnartty ISC .................. LLM Solid Colour "Service Grey" single-bed six, se- x t". ' - f r r Ordinarily 11.5 .......... ..... , Double-bed size, TT s SfV 1ft M Ordinarily UM I0,W EATON'S well-known blankeu woven of long-staple wool with fleecs-soft, smooth thatch and whipped ends. . Shrink-ceslstant and "moth-prooH - : ' t- -' -., .. -y. Off Usual Prices I V Lace Tablecloths EATON September Sale Prices, each - Ae4 e a te-. AkMt " a -. ' OretMrtlr l.SS. s) iftM v Oieiaarttir I ts M Mb -- sCswel ' . . Da 11 Stock up on the tbeorbent towels In gty checks) Blue, Fed, Turquott or Gold colour., Siz shout 20" g SO". You v mor by ' buying In quantity. ':, 'rvr . ;iv ; rJ , TAKEN THROUGH CANAL BALBA, Panama (Reuters) The 4S,M0-toa decommissioned U.S. battleship Alabama, was squeeied through th Pacific-side locks of the Panama Canal Wednesday. Five tugl pushed and nulled her through th 110-foot channels without scratch or a bump. Men's Short Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS line quality cotton Shirts lit assorted stripes and patterns. Sixes small,, medium or large. " Regular 4M and1 S.S4 Sale each. 3-9 ! EATON'S . r i Keauua open 8 mart-Looking, Long-Wearing, rracucai Hoonau-rype Bedspreads EATON September Sale Price, each EATON September Sale Price, each ' Friday alght Until S pj mm- Sore Greatly on r . : Plumbing and Heating f,. . i . I Needs Water Heaters aisas Uned for lorier Ufe. IHiek "nberttas" insulation. Thermosuu- 'cally eontroUed. 1 year protection plan. . , 33 imperial Gal. 73-So Redy4o-FlnU ,' .,.. . 30" Vanity Units , SMurdy hardwood oanatrueUoa. er-borite top and nrhlte porcelain on enamel basin. 2J extra for ealour. ; d oaaln.1 . . - Cotoond ' Powder Room Set Iracludea China toilet with reverie trap and aeat, China coloured basin ilb faucet, plug and chain. 6975 ww - - , each 68-00 FuU Autoasatic '' Water &ftencr$ Clock controlled backwath-tag. brining, rinsing. . -and refilling the brine tank It all dnft .Htnmatlallw . 109.50 8.99 . ; Twin-bed size, about 78 x 105" Double-bed tlxe, about 96" x 105? Everybody favourite! Fit la with almost any decor! And to practical . . . machine-washable, ' pre-shrunk 2-ton Cotton, ChenUle, needs lltU or no ironing! Avocado Green. Brown,. Bitter sweet, spic Beit. Delphinium Blue, Shocking nocking Finn, New Gold colour or Whit. Sturdy Zrppered Cotton . t , ' Mattress Covers 3.99 bood quality bleached or unbleachMl rminn carefully Uitored with tipptrcd doting for easy removal and smooth fit Choice of twin, or double-bed aiz. " . . - Caldwell" Cotton Terry .: TbWel Eiisembles EATON September Sale Prices - " About tt" ur .....a., paj, j AA About is- x is- Pair i 2a About ir lr L:....; Each a- '.Thick. Uiirttr sot tea ferny bnnta an vmak elethe wttti 4ohbT bMrs. Obeli fank. amrtat YMew, , ea, ma sum, asndslwee . Ann. ShM r Whne. Many more Household Linen Items "Not ' Advertised. -Shop and, Save at . EATON'S During September Houses" nold Linen Sale, VT. EATON CU;, aun tteete -.. 7 .