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August 31, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 2

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t . 'DIRTY ROTTEN POLITICS' Pembroke Mayor Blasts Committee PEMBROKE (Staff) The public works could better cmv term "dirty rotten politic!" was tractors' bids, the work would applied by Mayor Angus Camp- be done by town employees, bell Friday to tactics used by I Councillors ignored Council' public works committee with j lor Alphonse Redmond's warn' regard to the threatened lay off of 14 employees. The mayor implied that the Simpson. A special meeting was called to consider a public works: committee report submitjed by I tne chairman, Cockbum. ROAD BASES - The report said, in part, that because of a directive received from the consulting - committee the public works committee "found it imperative to organize for a lay-off of 14 men." The directive was that the public works department was to call tenders- for construction of road bases. Work which was done last year by departmental employees. Two hours of explosive discussion ted to passing of a motion to the effect that public works department would call for tenders for both construction of both road bases and laying of asphalt topping. DANGEROUS GROUND Discussion indicated that in the event the department could lay bases at a more reasonable cost than bidders, the department would so inform council. The implication was that if IMPORTED WOLSEY Crew Neck Jumbo Heavy Knit Sweaters $19.95 Sizes S, M. ! 16 colours to choose from. W 4 areVe 7nW U Bank St, Ottawa 2M-M7 JAT0sm ing that they were treading on dangerous, ground- "If you call for tenders, you public works committee had i should accept the lowest, pro- tried to blame the consulting ivided it is within reason," he committee, composed of the I maintained. "Contractors are mayor. Reeve George McCill going to get the idea that we and Deputy Reeve Donald: are just trying to "get a price' and the time will come when Pembroke won't get any bids when it calls for tenaers. Director of engineering Rex Councilor Jack; Rhodes said that according to union agreement, layoffs would be mad with regard "to sen iority and the ability, of the men concerned to do required FRANKVILLE (Staff-Close ko i.m persons packed this vit- lait on Highway . II miles south of Smiths Falls Saturday to witness the unveiling of a plaque honoring the late Louise (Crummy) McKinney, a native of. Kitley Township, a Women's Canadian Temperance Union pioneer in Alberta and the first wAman in the Commonwealth to be elected to a legislature. The unveiling of the plaque by her son. Dr. J. W.. McKinney of Sault Ste. "Marie was part of a day-long program sponsor ed by the Kitley Historical As sociation. . Other activities included a parade complete, with floats, the Brockville Police Association Girts' Band, majorettes, - anti que cars; a chicken barbecue, pony rides, children's races and open house at Montgomery Log Cabin the first building i the museum site of the KHA. Louise Cinthla Crummy Was born Sept 21, IMS, at the family homestead located in Kitley I Township. She was the seventh child in a family of It children of Mr.; and Mrs.; Richard I Crummy. TAUGHT SCHOOL. She attended Mitchell's Pub-! I lie School, two miles west of Renumber tne "Golden RuU" First to ... . ATOM'S THEN TO SCHOOL I PltHITED HAME TAPES ft- ' - , For use in schools, hospital and homes. , Choose red, . blue, black, green or brown tape. Tapes are colourtast to washing. Vdog. ... 1.15 . . .1.50 ...... IS .I - 2.50 PUase aBow abwrt wsks for delrwy Yu mr rorilmUj invited It attend mn XExhihithn mni Sale . ; ,.' kf Mr. C. M. Bnwman .,...' (well known Canadian artist) - , Which will be held In Eaton's Horn Decor -Dept . 3rd floor . , During the week of September tne to wtn inclusive, . -I mhF 41 insu : Begin Sewage Lagoon At Cobden COBDEN (Wf) - Work was begun this week on construction of a sewage lagoon at the east end of i own. Fill is available as a result of an extensive road improvement ' program now in progress: The lagoon will elimin a t e need of s e w a g treatment methods now in use. At present sewage is chlorinated and then disposed of in the Muskrat Riv er system.: Reeve George Wallace said that the present "system is con-; sidered undesirable by the Ontario Water Resources Board. He described the action of a sewage lagoon to thai of a giant septic tank. HOSPITAL JOBS NEW YORK - The larger hospitals' have as many as 200 different kinds of Jobs and Job classifications. PLAQUE UNVEILt) Kitley Township Woman Honored here, graduated from Athens High School In IBM and from Ottawa Normal School in 1884. Miss Crummy taught school In North Dakota add became an m-ganlier in the WCTU., She married James McKinney,. who had been born' near Stlltsville, March 10. 186. . ', Mrs.' McKinney continued her interest . in WCTU work in Al berta . following her marriage and was the . charter president of a combined WCTU movement la Saskatchewan and Alberta. DISLIKED NAME ' ' She was elected to the' Al berta Legislature la 1917. Mrs. McKinney. according to infor mation supplied by her son, was christened "Louisa Cinthla" but she disliked the second na and always signed her name as Louise (Crummy) McKinney. Taking part in Saturday's ceremonies were Peter Walford, David, chairman of the Kitley Historical - Association;' C. W. Sands, reeve of Kitley Town ship; James Auld, Ontario Minister of Information 1 and Tourism; John Matheson. MP, for Leeds County; Dr. G. F. G. Stanley, head of the History Department. Royal Military Col lege, Kingston, and president of the Archaeological and Historic Sites Board of Ontario; Miss Mary Etta Stanley and Mrs. Stella Chapman. . Joan Botha m, Toledo, crowned "Miss Kitley" during the afternoon. Runner-up was Barbara Wood of Lake Ekrida. LAST RUSSIA PEKING (ReuterS) The Chi B est Communists Sunday accused .the ' Series Union of actively supporting the U.S. attempt to Intervene in Viet Nam through the United Na tions," the New China news ag ency reported. "While you pur sue this anti-Communist anti- popular and anti-revolutionary line, how can the Marxist-Leninists reach any agreement or take any common action with you?" they asked. ' ; PRE-CAST ; GOIiCnETE SEPTIC TANKS (Concrete Nevar Rusts) THE OTTAWA JOURNAL 7,000 SEE EVENT. . . - - ' : - - v.. . .. Record Crowd At Lombardy Fair SMITHS FALLS (Stall) -I Ideal weather, a -record crowd estimated at 7,000 persons; and increased exhibits in all classes made the Nth annual edition. o( the Lombardy Fair one of the most successful events, accord ing to fair president Elmer Blackman as the two day event came to a close Saturday night. , - All roads led to the quiet hamlet pa Highway is. seven miles southwest o( here Salur day . where thousands watched horse racing in three classes, the Leeds - Lanark red and white show, Leeds County 4-H Corn Club achievement day and the Lombardy 4-H Calf Club achievement day. In a top notch red and white show II exhibitors showed 112 Ayrshire animals. G. Mervyn Ferrier and Son, RR , Perth, had the grand champion bull and the senior champion bull. Alex Wallace. Smiths Falls, had the reserve grand champion bull, reserve senior champion bull; junior champion bull; the female Junior champion and reserve; female senior champion and the female . grand cham plan. . RESERVE CHAMPION Lynn CovelL Lombardy, had the reserve senior champion and the reserve female grand champion and Don Covsil. Lombardy, the reserve junior champion bull. Keith Coleman. RR I Toledo, was top showman In the1' Lom bardy 4-H Calf Club and also top showman for Leeds County. Marsha Joynt, Smiths' Falls, was second and Keith Drum- mond, RR 1 Smiths Falls, third First place positions in the calf club competition were taken by Marsha Joynt, Jan McCaw. Smiths Falls, Gerald Hunter, Smiths Falls, and Betty Lou, Covell, Lombardy. , Ross Ten- aant, Lombardy, placed first in the Leeds County 4-H Corn Club; Gerald - Hunter, Smiths I Falls, was second and John Hunter, Smiths Falls, third. - FAIR RESULTS - ' . Grain, roots, fruit and veget ablesJohn K. Hunter, Smiths Falls, five firsts, three seconds, one third; Carolyn Walker, Lombardy, five firsts, two seconds, two thirds: Mrs. Mlllord Hurl-hurt. Smiths Falls, four' firsts. Women's work Mrs. R. A. Moodie, Perth. 1 firsts." 14 sec onds, seven thirds; Mrs. Joseph Lark, Perth. J0 firsts, five sec onds, three thirds; Mrs. Stan Best, Smiths Falls, 10 firsts, two seconds, two thirds.. ',.; Flowers - Mrs. JL A. Moodie. five firsts; Mrs. S. J. Neilsoa, three . firsts, one second, one third. - Hon drawing light weight Linda Laflin, smiths Falls; C. Lapensee. , Vankleck- Hill; Gerald Morrow, middle Clin ton' Greer. Clifford Manion. H. Simard. Heavy C. Lapensee, Bob Rutherford. C. Greer. SEVEN FIRSTS Domestic science Mrs. Sua Best, seven firsts, four seconds, two thirds; Mrs. Clifford M un- ro. Wemyss. six firsts, : five seconds, five thirds; Mrs. Robert Drummoad, Smiths Falls, four firsts, one second. two thirds. , OTTAWA'S NEWEST AND FINEST RESTAURANT T Uutsttllti Vmrieff Chine it Dithts ,; -. Sltnht. Labtlert. Chicken , . - Bnsinrttmtn'g Lunchfn WONDERFUL "TAKE OUT" SERVICE IicUnf banquet room for weddintK' parties and all social unctions :,. PASKIII6 n . IMMEDIATE DEXtVERY CALL . . . ' FRAZER DUNTILE : 7. ca LTD. ', .,. x - ?"",ft"rr" f VlKrssae rtmi aiarkt, Cmntt artrks, f ''"a Stww. Ttm rwnit Stw Tanks, Olstrlknisrs at Cl-L liswam ana MaW-Sfm Carrl, . , .. Sheep Cecil Acres, Osgood, IS lirsts, eight seconds, one third; Gerald A Hunter, Smiths Falls. II lirsts, 10 seconds, one third; Joha A Hunter, Smiths 'Falls, four firsts, four seconds, eight thirds. Poultry Mrs. Milford Hurl- bert. Smiths Falls,' eight lirsts, four seconds, four thirds: Donald A. Hunter., seven firsts, five seconds, one third; Walter Cous-ens, . Macdonald's Comers, six firsts, six seconds. Swine Gordon MacGregor, Jasper, five firsts, two seconds-. Cecil Acres,- three firsts, three seconds. ' '" FOUR FIRSTS Cattle Holstein John K. Hunter, four firsts, three seconds,, four thirds; Donald A. Hunter, six firsts, three seconds, one third. Jersey Percy Joynt, Smiths Falls, l( firsts, 17 seconds. . Shorthorns Marshall Matheson, seven firsts, three seconds. ' ' Horses Lawrence Wallace, Brinston. three firsts, four seconds, two thirds; George Morrison. Smiths Falls, three firsts, two seconds; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Kelly, RR I, Ottawa, three firsts, two seconds, .v" . Buggy race Arnold Bppson, South March, first and second; Earl Geddes, Ottawa. ' pttaaAreB Deaths' GERTRUDE GERVAW,3, 431 Echo Drive, Ottawa. CHAR L E S MdNTYRE BANDY, 67, 6 Regent Street; Ottawa. ELSIE ANN WAY. Buckingham, Que. -'.' ' THOMAS POTTER PRfTCHARD; T2" Buckingham, Que. . MRS. GEORGE HYDE. 88. Wakefield, Que. WILLIAM . TARIO." 86, formerly of 441 . 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