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April 2, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 5

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'i". .... J THURSDAY, v . .... v-. . ... Av ' I'....; . '' ; .v EDUCATION PARLEY Urges National Office To Aid Biculruralism diameter. " .'" ' diameter. " .-' "! ."TORONTO (CPrAn education official said Tuesday a na- . tional education office is necessary to athieve . bicurturalism, "nd he described education's future as a hungry. Oliver Twist with bowl outstretched and asking for more. . , Dr. Z, S, .Phimister. Director ' of Education in '. Toronto, was ddressing a section of the On- . . . . , . . .branch assembly in hotels and imiu i-uuia 1 tint iautidiiun ill - .oome u.ww aejeBaie inciua. :.Jng teacher professors;; trustees, home and school officials, administrators and' jtoVcrnmirH-ducation. official.; are attend-'Ing. the 104th" annual meeting ndiiig Joday. , ' '.. i "If this -country iv to lake biculturahsm seriouNly, we need, a national centre tor informa-' , tion and advice," Dr. -Phi mister ' eaid. . :' " '' - , ;"When'the l:mate improves somewhat, if it does, .it may be - that Quebec would wish to spon- . . -,t:... :. sof a national office of educa tion whtrh tiLnnlH huiA it nrt nf ,,..,;.. w.-.,. j - - .velopmecit of bilingualism and biculturahsm." ".: . ' Dr. Phimister said: '"If education change in ; the next 10 years, is to be sumwtd up in one word, that word would have 7tTrrb'theron i used" by Oliver Twist when h came ti bowl in the worktWuse and ask- id for morj L "More antfnifire money will be needed", he predicted'and a greater centralization of school government is likely.", .'' GO TCA TO government is likely.", '; t . r , r' . v;'...;;':V;;':V':i ' ti 1 ' 1 ... ;. . 1, i"' t a j I SeparatdSchbols Seek Increased Building Grants TORONTO CP The Ontario ' Separate ..School Trustees As-'. isociatinn has. asked tne prq-j - i - . . .,..-r- virtual government w tnnsiuci : , ..,- , I unentary. school, constructs . flnn frnm t-,nm nt-r c lass,! 'room. 1 " v '! '. "' 4 : The convention also asked: '.That school boards be exempted from ; the- new, federal sales tax on building materials ,rrtr all purposes, not just, for That the association take step to ; encourase , youth to make teaching their career; That the education department reduce" the number 'u,",5 iKl ;M for crant purposes and for im proved teaching; That the statement I am Roman. Catholic be deleted from municipal assessment notifications,, because of - problems it causes In, mixed mar-riagesV .;..'-.. ' '". MODERV ROBIN HOOD'S ICATJr2rTt?Prb!---A use bows from five W six' feet long and arrows that measure 24 to 32 inches. Their target. are four feet in diameter, with the bulls-eye - 9.6 inchej in " A BARGAIN this summer is worth waiting ther s ocfeans of for. i 'it " a! ' 1 J ,V" jJl '-.' i :-::, : -. '" ' "5s 'v 'i'v, 1QNTRF.AL minion' Public Weather re- port: - ; ' :' .-.':' Ottawa. ' Montreal regions: Mainly cloudy, today; Friday .cloudy 'with a- few periods if. -light snow;' little change in-temperature;-wiflds light to- day becoming 7'easterly 15 Friday. Low tonight and high "Friday at Ottawa and Montreal 30 and 35. Summary; for Friday; Some light' snow. Synopsis: Temperatures moderated slightly in Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec Wednesday night but unsea-. sonably.: cold weather ; continued today in much of Central and-Eastern Quebec. "Sunny skies have given way to cloud in the western portion of the province ; with jomesnowf lurry activity re- ported ln The Abitibh-and Pontiac - Temiscamingue regions. The cloud will spreafd slowly eastward . and wall reach Central Quebec by tonight and spread into the Lawrence .Friday., SUKR V.-: all yearlong! Fly TCA to water to snorkel,, ski an3: NASSAU $153.60 JAMAICA $209 80 1l $261.70 AIR CANADA Lower St ICR) Do.- . ..;' - - - HOLIDAY IN THE SOUTH! NASSAU, JAMAICA, ANTIGUA, BARBADOS, TRINIDAD (and only TC A takes you to all these places without changing airline I) Be sure that your holiday the South and get a new perspective on vacation pleasure! The people are different -and pleasantly so. The places are differ ent delightfully $0. The prices are different - surprisingly low!And the sun is high in the warm blue sky average rc--tfHhe-ek)httes) swim in . . , there's a wonderful new world of stghts to see and, most important of all, you are the'rel . " , . ';- ; ' ' ": : -'.. " ' TCA PACKAGE TOURS ARE-MONEY-SAVING BUNDLES OF FUN! You can add appreciably to the off-season savings and enjoyment of your summer holiday in the South by taking advantage of-TCA's wide choice of economical Package Tours. For "instance, 'you can spend 8 days and 7 nights in Barbados for as little as $75.90f ipfer person,-based on double occupancy. This'lncludes transportation between air-s pofj!.and hotel, 2 meals dafly and an island sightseeing tour. Air fare is extra. ' Remember! this is just one of the many exciting package tours designed to help you get a lot of pleasure kit of yautsojourn' in. thSouth (for very little-expense, " . ASK YOUR TRAVEL ACErJr OR TCA OFFICE . TC 21-OAY' EC0N0WY EXCURSION FARESt ' FOR OETAILSI Maks plans now for your bareain summer holiday In the South! For complete information about TCA's Pacfcaga-.-Tours-TCA's fund-stretching Fly Now-Pay Later Plan and fast, comfortable TCA serv-icssxto Nassau hd ti Caribbean, see your, ..y Travel Agent or"call TCA at 232-88! 1 - " t Palm Tree Plan "O" . Effective April 26 - 1964 ANTIGUA i19900 BARBADOS $23030 TRINIDAD ' . '. ' .. -;'. . FLY CANADIAN-FLY TCA TRANS-CANADA AIR LINES W) WEATHER THE JOTTAWA JOURNAL . - ... . r . 1 I toniainea mosily tu tne iioruiern forecast -rMtuwesiern united Stales to-low pi ensure , are 6 ver tne day wiir move toV south of Lane Oniano by Friday eve- i.initf. Cloud is spreading well ancad jt this system and fi will keep-Soutn western Qu- bee cloudy oh Friday. It is also expected that some light snow will develop m Southwestern.. anslmr.eme Southern Quebec . later Friday. Temperatures will moderate slightly in. Eastern Quebec overnight and Friday but otherwise little change in temperature is Tirecast for the next day of two. ' ; Temperatures Low last" night and high Wednesday at Dawson." 17, 34:. Vancouver, .36, 53;Vic-toria. 41, 51; Edmonton', 32. 49; Prince AtberrT 26, ; 3;' . Regina. 29. 53; Winnipeg. 2L 38; ChurchiJI.17, 4; North Ba. 19. 27; Sudbury, 22, 26; Windsor, 30,. 35; London, 25, 34; Toronto. 30. 3; Ottawa, 20, 28; Montreal. 22. 31; Quebec; 3, 21; Frederic-ton, 9, 35; Charlottetown. 16, 29; Chicago, 40. 48; Bos ton. 27. i-New-York. 30, -44; Washington. 31. 44; Jackson ville 47," 76; Miami, 72. 73; Denver, 35, 72; Tucson, 5172; Los Angeles. 48, 61. Ottawa, Area Deaths LORENZO SA VARY, plumber Deschenes 73, J. ARTHUR BEAUCHAMP. 64. retired, 222 Cumberland Street. -. MICHAEL JAMES. ELLS-. WORTH, 46, secretary and legal advisor, Crown Axseti.. Corp.. 1241 kingsiori Aveniie. MRS. ALEX F. CAMERON,; housewife. 133 Holland Avenue. . EDDIE (EDMOND) CAMERON, proprietor - of Star-Lite Taxi, 262 -Arhngton Avenue. BERTIE DANIEL SMITH. 68, retired civil servant, 283 Currel Avenue. L A;W R E N C E LESLIE ClLES,i67, ; former Ottawa Hydro electrician, 35 Strath-cona Avenuer ' . MRS. R EGINALD J WAINRIGHT. hous? wife, 2281 Fox Crescent. , areas. A Education System Termed 'Mo nstros ity' TORONTO (CP) ' Aimver-sity official says Canada's education system' is an organizational monstrosity atosuggests that -young people afe not being educated" in what is re!evant-tt' day. ..;'- Dr. S. H. Deeks; admin:sua, five vice-president of Brook University in St. Catharines, told the Ontario Education Association Wednesday that the education System is'incapable of making a unified approach jtrTadi- caly changing demands. He was addressing one of the final sessions of the OEA's 104th nnul meeting.' Dr. Deeks said the ivory tower dwellers are still with us and "the day-is-not far hence when their, ivory towers jiv.il. come clattering . down about changes., are made He said there is much to sug gest that many people consider as secondary the responsibility SPECIAL J" Buy two Shopsy Instant "Smoked Meat Paksi..gefone Shopsy Instant - Salami Pak... FREE! T Help For French In Ontario, . . . v J- . To meet the . nerds of Frenth-speakin'g populaimn. Mnto needs 230 b. lingual class- ' V. 1 iritis and its suburbs need just !,a"rnany. - i . . the As-40ill)lL'iLlarench ! iait t --.-."'."-?-- rm guage" F;dWStiin. of Ontario (ACFEO) said Wednesday that 50,000 French-speaking resident of Ontario living in English-spf aking centres of the province were in constant danget-oLkis-ing the.'f " cultural heritage. " Mr. Seguin was speaking be-, fore 500 delegates to different meetings of French . Education Associatiims of Ontarw at, the Chateau Launer Hotel. He said the 1965 French week would he held in . Toronto., He added that in' 1986 the annual event would be held in North Bay and. again in Ottawa in 1967,. Confederation Centenary year. . . , ' MORE ENTHUSIASM .. A Mri Seguin issued a call for renewed enthusiasm to the delegates in 6roTfloameet the needs of the forgotten French spak-ng minorities still uto numer dus jn the province . Fifty : five bilingual teachers ere honored at (he French solidarity banquet. Wednesday. : ""Thex reeVrved TlReTOfder of Merit m Education ; from the As.socialion Their years of service to bilingual education for the province-totalled 1,196.. Four educators received awards "for Most Meritorious Service." They are Miss Arme-Marie Duchesne, of Rockland, pfyncipal of Ottawa's St-Laurent School; Jean:Pavid CorbeiU of Moonbeam, former president oT the As50cial.!or) of'French-speak-ing Educators of Ontario; Rev. Brother Frederic, of Sturgeon Falls, and Rev. ' Sister Saint-aaude-ofTTX18 v nyhas" taught for 46 years. - ;, " The presentations were made fey Roger Charbonneau, secre- tary of ACFEO. s. M . Coffin Probe Takes Close Look at Snap QUEBEC (CP) The Que tec royal commission into the Coffin murder case today takes a close look af piece of evidence possibly never closely ex-amined-irti the trial of Wilbert Coffin - in 1954 . . --' ' It is a ; picture showing a Claspe woodsman-standing, in a clearing, ringed by tall birches, holding an object that might be a pistol or anything else. - The picture, and a batch of others, were entered, as - evidence ' Wednesday by Francois Gravel, counsel for the Coffin family and one. of. the defence lawyers at the Coffin trial. of providing young persons with education relevant to today. "They are far more interested in retaining conditions that will enable their vested interests in subject matter to flourish: iDthers place their politTcaT position and' influence ahead of doingjhose things necessary to overhaul our system of education to bring it into step , with the demands of reality." The conference also ' heard Paul F. Brandwein, a New York teacherrJde,scf.be most high school science courses , as "junk." He said pupils should be taught "concepts'' by having to solve problems through their own ingenuity. Mr.- Brandwein said most science courses now feed the students predigested answers. "The essential thinj -which "now Jsleft out of science jeachlng is a cri- ticat- design-of 4hvestigation."- Kames D. Finn,, professor of education at the University of Southern California, warned teachers they must master. the new teaching machines or sue... render, their profession to electronic robots. - ' Meanwhile, a Harvard University professor toid the Canadian. 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