The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa,  on August 27, 1964 · Page 37
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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 37

Ottawa, Canada
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Thursday, August 27, 1964
Page 37
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uc MBe BfasggMsMslaBflMiigglflaBSlS i THURSDAY, AUOU8T. 27, 1964 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL 35 ARBITRATION ISSUE .nil I OMA Sidesteps Labor Debate LONDON. Onl. (CP) - The Ontario Municipal Association Wednesday side-stepped a ma le debet en the controversial compulsory arbitration Issue by referrtnt It to their executive (or Investigation. In the closing session of the Mth OMA convention, delegates wmpromised by asking their executive to conduct a . lull investigation ol the entire field of 'abor relations. The executive agreed to establish a, special committee irlth labor and management representation to make a full report on the handling ol mu nicipal labor disputes. - i 'A major debate was expected over, the resolution to ask the province for legislation provid ing lor compulsory arbitration la municipal disputes. 4 The resolution was originally proposed by the OMA's town and village section to prevent strikes thai could disrupt essential services but was amended by the resolutions committee after a labor relations panel warned that the OMA should be circumspect in dealing with compulsory arbitration. ADOPT COMPROMISE The committee's compromise set loo, adopted by the conven tion, was suggested by Reeve Albert Campbell of the Toronto suburb of Scarborough. The final day's business was gain marked by a clash be tween London. Mayor Gordon B. Stronach and Controller- WIHt 'Jam Archer of Toronto, van of the resolutions commit ee. as the association appealed to the provincial government to assume a major share of ele mentary and secondary school costs. i Mayor Stronach objected to what be termed a "watering down" of the original education costs requests as a result of pre convention talks between Mr. Archer and Municipal Affairs Minister Wilfred Spooner. In other business, delegates supported an amended Windsor motion to "advise" the province that the OMA supports the Implementation of a compre hensive hospital and medical care program as soon as pos sible. " ' ; -" ! The association will also ask Court News JAILED TWO YEARS John Dickie. W. of ii Murray Street,, was sentenced to two years in Kingston Penitentiary Wednesday on a charge of Indecently assaulting a nine-year-old girj. Dickie pleaded innocent to (he charge, but was convicted last week. After a pre-sentence report which showed Dickie had a drinking problem. Magistrate Sauve sentenced him to t w o years. The magistrate said be would ' recommend Dickie re ceive treatment while hv prison. The offence occured In the Lower Town area July 23. "PULP SOURCE ,,. BIRMINGHAM Paper pulp may be made from batt sections of tree used -for-tnaau-facture of turpentine. the province for legislation 'per mitting municipalities to levy special sewer rates for high- rise apartment houses. SEEK MINIMUM Resolutions asking that a per son must live at least II months in a municipality before collect ing welfare from It and requesting an amendment to the Municipal .Act . clarifying control over mobile vendors and eating concessions were also passed. Judge Bruce J. S. Macdonald, former chairman of the On-tarier Police Commission., said he was -afraid the people of On tario had lost sight of the threat of organized crime. , . :' He recommended that local police forces be amalgamated , I i - VI . ee . (i. '"'":'.':' FEW-OFrA-ltlllD FURS TO BE SOLD AT OUR COST A group of first class garments In which the range of sises has been ' depleted. Each one offered at our cost to clear the lot, Sorry, no '. repeats nor exchanges on these Hems. Not all sixes In this group. . . " 3 HUDSM SEAL COATS $2tti 4 1 NATURAL SAPPKIRE KMX CAPELET ; b $82 2 GREY PERSIAN UKB COATS '$243 1 DROPPED SKIN KUSmT.COAt llW1 2 CUSKRAT BACX COATS -". ' : $1C3 10 USHT SHADE L'OUTO.I COATS $S3 $U3 - lered evster she m aeuta ehaee uta aaa asiak trlssawet Ai.-, . 1 BROWN KUOS0.1 SEAL COAT $243 2 FREKCH SEAL COATS : 9 SHEARED UCB COATS - iUi ' " $34 7 CUCX DYED FOX CAPE'" t-iL $77 1 CREY PERSIAN UH3 COAT wr $3C3 f ' comjis vsttoHsiD . . , y " ..i.-j .;,' Vific 1 f.CCCA RR3YN PERSIAN U!.:3 COAT $578 1 llAZt JPERSIAslUp 'T :(;,: ill l, 'f Sk t Into, county or area forces and that police be freed from polit ical Influence or pressure. Both recommen d a 1 1 o s - were In cluded In a report of the police commission which led to the government's Bill N last spring. The bill, denounced In the press as giving "police state powers to the -commission. caused public outcry and was amended before being passed by the legislature. The Judge said he was afraid the uproar over the bill had ob scured the threat of organized crime in Ontario. But he said It had positive' effects Including creation of a royal commission to study civil liberties. -. Well Take Your Old Fur Coat Apart Completely... w We'll Remove the. Old Worn Out Pelts, ' - WoH Clean and Glaxe the Good ' Pelts and When They Look Like ,.. New, -, v Well FashJoa a Lovely. ' : FUR jACKET-$59io With a Brand .New Lining and Service , Guarantee Against Ripe and Tears "y. For 1 Year . D70ni(l!l FURS ltd ' 2Si RIDEAU ST;'"'" --" CAR ---TOONS ' ' I " yfx. ...4 . I e . . . '. StKVILt STATIONJ . Fv R2EFTil 1 As far as I know that only applies to the car, young f'vLvr ' . z 5. " " V MM J3f 6 Continuing Friday and Saturday And All llext Week Compare These Dworkin Values From "The House That Fur Built" BLACK dyed PERSIAN LAMB COATS (Collars of sapphire or ranch Brink) : Canadian Natural Sheared Beaver Coats PASTEL MIIIK PAWS JACKETS Rne Silky Natural Sheared Racoon Coats llatural Pearl Grey Persian lamb Coats (Coflais of sapphire mink) ..(.;.'. ' ..,: :, r ' Canadian llatural Pastel Mink jackets SilkyJeaOuton Coats (p- : (Collars of natural Canadian snlnk) Brown dyed Persian Lamb Coats (Collars of mature! Canadian mink) CAflADIAII OTTER COATS Natural Canadian Pastel Llink Stoles jy Ei--L. mm TERMS: P''' n! $10 Holds Your Choice - Optn Frida 'til 9 P.M. TEMPERATURE SPAN Iperatures range from a low of MADRID Madrid's tarn-1 IS above zero to a high of lit. high standards of service with a deep sense of responsibility J'jLZ ' ' FUNERAl DIRECTORS 315 Mcleod X 233-1143 1093 Byron Aw., 728M761 (Between Bank and O'Connor). I Bel ten woeatveje and Ceoiptoni - - - and cel a JORDAN, mm- ' 'J"!u".tf" ",ZZ' Mats &. cool S3tStUl Jjltik$$ J 1 i (MM MM " Where There's FASHIOri VALUE - SAVINGS m ' w , V s . --' 'A - ,j, ' ' Ik " ' - R -i, . i'. rv fi -I ?j . 1;) X 'l-s?s'.-.v.'-. v." M49 f t -... $495 J Wm&$ - , ... .- ,, , r.;''T ii $595 fcP'ff-iSlw i- . 'V-;.. .VV : ' : FREE . - -..-' i - .lesieeMieen .'v v -An.o fa . . ,. . -- . ' . s .. . s - tun 'ti 'amntitvm-'ttim 'mWi T - T -sM 4 , y3 . 06ft EC ' man lainnr' ! t, s ;-

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