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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 4

Ottawa, Canada
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Saturday, August 29, 1964
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x m V . ""T '"V; ; A ArAA:4 Lvil; A3 ;vi::iv:,..- u. NEW NURSING HOME, APARTMENT IN WEST END Plan Nursing Home, Apartment Building A $2,500,000 combined nursing home and apartment building if planned for the Wert End by Cecil Connelly, Ottawa business executive, it was announced Friday. The New Orchard Park development, as it will be called, comprises a i00-bed nursing home costing $600,000 which will be joined by covered walkway to lOjJtorey $1,900,000 apartment building. There will be nine floors of apartments, with stores and offices occupying the ground floor, the announcement slid. Located on New Orchard enue, between the Richmond Road and the new NCC Parkway, the project will provide specially designed accommoda tion for those not ill enough to hospitaliM but requiring nursing attention. Twenty-four-hour nursing care will be available. with a doctor on call. i The adjoining apartments will have accommodation for aged persons, including special facilities such at wide doors to admit wheelchairs, slipless floors and other features. 'Simple nursing cars will be : available in this building also. Other apartments of the regular kind will be available for the genera) public or those who wish to live near their Invalid 'or aged relatives. ' New Orchard Park is being planned so that most of the apartment In both nursing home and apartment building will have a scenic view of the NCC Parkway and the Ottawa rhrer. Architect is Earle Ingram: economic advisers: Foster Business Services; nursing borne consultants'. Fairfax Nursing Home Consultants, Fairfax. Va. -. The first stage of construc tion, comprising the nursing home, will begin this Fall or early Spring. Plan Mock . Disobedience. , Demonstration TORONTO (CP)-A group" of bout N persons from Toronto and Montreal will stag a mock ivil disobedience demonstra-tloo hi a Toronto park Sunday afternoon. ; The demonstration, sponsored by the Montreal Peace Centre, I la preparation for a larger protest demonstration which jirill be field Labor Day at the La Macaxa bomare base, 110 inrllee north of Montreal, a pokesmaa for the sponsor said. The spokesman said the pro test will be staged in an effort n get the federal government to turn the base into a camp tor emMr-pfiviieged ehildren. .airscls l.brt Fashion Centre FA Stor Thmt Llh f Drtu Wtmn , 2160 Coiling Av. FRED N. GARRETT FUNERAL SERVICE Quitf, Courteous I Dignified Moderate Raits DQUSsV 10 OBUCATWI 2334773 514 Somerset St West Shop With Confidence; Where Yog See This Seal of Satisfaction PLAYFAIR I Itti. O'llAWA JOUKNAL, BBsgsgeSwwSWs pjgjjpjj v. TTT .-- . JHr r a U W t''t tf ' t flf is officially opea ; And not before time it would seem. Last weekend several hundred people visited pur model homes at Piayfalr Park. And we hadn't even -advertised. They really caught us unprepared. But now our models are furnished and the red carpet is out. So come one and alL t i i- I ' '. : ;, . . , . . . -. v ,. Playfair Park Is located in the heart of beautiful Alta Vista . . . one of Ottawa's most desirable areas. .... , ' ,.J '" . - PLAYFAIR PARK , On Kilborn Avenue east Viiu Drive. ,. ; . KILMM I finwrN - T ssssssslssjjssssjBa- BUILDING LESLIE PARK , QUEENSWAY TERRACE ; pf A1U Campean $500 Summer Bonus is in . h, ; - effect now at Leslie Park. ,' Off Pinecreet Road at the Queen. asssswjwswsaaissMswasas . . . 1. ........ Ls Sale Office 7374170. Op BILLS TRIUMPH BUFFALO. NY UP0 Reserve quarterback Haryle Le-monica. aided by a punishing defensive unit, passed for one touchdown snd scored twice last night to lead the Buffalo Bills to a 24-14 American Football League exhibition victory over the Boston Patriots. V ' e''"-aw jww' ten Weekday l6 aju, UK Press Lauds Tirebair Humphrey By DOUG MARSHALL Canadian ! Press Staff Writer From the moment Senator Barry Goldwaier . materialized as a U;S' presidential candidate, President Johnson has City Girl Wins Top Piano Mark Marline Arme Jaworski. 14 year-old Ottawa student, has been awarded a Toronto Royal Conservatory of Music Silver Medal for obtaining the highest mark in Ontario in 1964 Grade 10 practical examinations for pisno. She is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Z. F. Jaworski, 200 Rideau Terrace. Marline was 13 when she took the examination in June. -ft , way. to 9 p-m. Saturday from 10 PARK ! M'lUKiAtS. AUGUST 29. 1964 r J trl ' 1'-' 'ils... i; ? , ; v. !j been able to do almost nothing wrong in the eyes of the European press. Johnson's choice of Hubert Humphrey at a running mate is no exception. Some British commentators praise Humphrey as s "fireball." Others, more sedate, speak of him as a potential "vice-president in a. good tradition." Nobody appears less enthusiastic. Interest in Humphrey underlines one of the great changes that has taken place In the Western world during the last ? year' whether Americans M ,.., .,. hul sionately concerned about politi cal destinies In the United States. INTEREST IS GENERATED Before the assassination of President Kennedy last November, nomination of a vice-presidential candidate la. the U.S. would general about aa much Interest tat Europe as a Canadian football game. . Sale Office at Leslie Park, ' ajn., Sunday from 1 p.rn. '( are now. the, British press, at times, seems more preoccupied with what's happening la Washing too thaa with e vents at home. - Humphrey -seems generally regarded. in Europe as a man who appreciates tb subtleties that -bold the Atlantic alliance together. Goldwater'a grasp of them isn't so reassuring, judg ing by the tenor of lb press comment. In Britain Humphrey is rather Ottawa, Area Deaths MRS. GREGOIRE GAU-TWER. 67. housewife, 214 Carruthers Avenue. JOSEPH BLUNDELL, re tired carpenter, 681 Golden Avenue. GRACE BLACKBURN. 87. of Cumberland, A. The way thi In t - . well known, possibly because M has beea featured prominently la television and prase reviews of President Kennedy' rise to He is remembered as the poor man .who battled the rich Kennedy machine rthe West Virginia primary In ,196a. Perhaps because U.S. politics seems to have become a battle of millionaires, the little man who fights bis way up the U.S. political ladder ts warmly admired in Britain. Above all, Humphrey's record on ctvil rights, education and foreign affairs identifies him closely with political trends In modern Europe. Talu laartaa, JJfc Davidson MTMI emit u tie Laarter - Ave. W. , . Xll-4174 SOW. CntlftoS Mftac Asa Aaatotostat ' Journal Want Ads bring quick result. "UY BEKT fWM IJff 6MWIT tTOGtfDB SKBU8S 4W5022 ran Best in PIAKOS. Tenia sad Repairs 175 SPARKS STREET - ZS242S1 mMm DBCOUHT DEPT. STOBQ BELL'S CORNERS 0lly ItJS fm. to is e ss. 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