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XPANSION AHEA0 Kera Faces NEWS PREMATURE Meanhi.'e. said. Mr. Robert- lince . the association . started fsoh, "ther matter of provincial I - See the world as it was as it is-sis it will be! Fly TO ntcmsmrvf 5 . 4 f otheileu Vortt ';!'! y I) i A' .1 7- rded: Child fen's Grbuj) Rund-'Ra isinq Drive Disappointed- in" tlO.ono , aid f seeking help at voiea Dy ine cuy. me Ottawa and District Association jbr Retarded Children faces a raising W. . May, lfrfil The JIO.OOO comes as the Community .Chef ruts its allot-mem to ithe-association and schsoV enrolment rushes need Direcfor . Douglas Robertson j for a new. fightroom school. An told an, annual general meeting ! extension o Brighthope School Thursday night the city's hudifor ,he faroed 'provin- get grant was "40 pet cent of what t asked for.'' But it was the first support from .On ciaf ' approval" no W. assistance is , unfortunate won't,. -use .(.he word .irrespon sib!," bulk ptposed increases in he'p for retarded associations tn 1965 were "prematurely announced." : He feared people, reading the government planned more a i d in J965."'fhoughtlhey could "hang by their fingernails foV eight months' and help would come. Nothing was further the truth. The province would cover only operating cos "We' don't know what 4hey going, to give us. he warned add;ng' "don't think we haven got a big job ahead ,of us to. rafe' funds'. ; .". The . new $100,000 school," to stand east oFthr'Rideau Canal' by September. 1965." wilt lake pressure off Bright hope School' where two, rooms are being added for 175 more pupils n e.x t Fall. Students have occupied . classrooms in public and separate schools as well. There are 75 relarded children attending full-time classes and 86 attending part-time classes. MEMBERSHIP RISE " ReponiTftjm nine committee Were heard. Membership committee head Mrsri-MftjMcLaugh'in said a I UNISPHERE presented by (USS) United States Steel 1961 Nt York World Fair 1964-1965 Corporation. - . ENJOV 3 DAYS, 2 WIGHTS FOR JUST 76" V : (Air Fare of $58.00 included) . ': '."''.''. - .'.'.-.:.'." '..'-. " There's a multi'-mlllion dollars worth of wonders awaiting your pleasure at the New York " Worlda'rairt You'll capture memorable momenta of the past ... discover new worlds of clenee '. i . dine delirioasly on food from the four corners of the earth . .be surrounded r bj,an atmosphere of colour, excitement snd entertainment wherever you ot It'a the . ' spectacle of the year in a most spectacular city New York! . And as the aong aays: Jfa a wonderful. town! Every visit tells you why it's -the most Ulked-about, fun-Iovlng. fast-livingunforRettable city -m the world Pee New York. ee the Fair, see your Travel Agent or TCA office for your flight reservations . . . today! 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Rjf Information and frvMJori or callTCAat pz.961t ' - TKANS CANADA AIM UNtt MM CANADA . . . A' THE OTTAWA JOURN uy , , , y i . 1 f-r- ' ,, . ill i m .;. -v i . . i . , m .i J . S'H f.v..,,-t; T' I is. t - ' I : - .. .. - I vX ntJl li:iiMMi(i;u , i irill'i l,...ii( l,.i,-iilii..iii,iiii..i.iM MMi ' a .tb.in, green, ribbon. OFFER FOOD Citrus fruits, figs, peaches. ical Africa that has enjoyed a favorable balance of trade. RETAKDlI) CHILDREN'S EXECUTIVES . . ,j a ..-'.' ; . ' - . :. '';.''-- ' . V New directors; ot the Ottawa and District, Association for Retarded Children , ,were appointed ar the annual meeting in gt. John's Anglican Church. Front, left, to rightgje.Mrs. A.T, Muir, C. D. Robertson;' Mr j. I. M. McLaughlin; -back row. A. SI Jackson and S. Vv Suggett. . ; - ' said '-'there seerns to be a lack of interest, among ' parents of the children." in his Institutions Committee report. Re:eJe,cted dreclors for 1964- I965re Past PresidenLA. E: -irise in membership from 177 tofRm-vnv. XeciEhat'bonneau'. 252 during .1963 was not Vail r.nrp Frreman: Art Jiekson igooo as expectea, since ine asocia::on'syear jiad "been j plannedfo x-omcide ' with the ! school year to attract parents.. Li. Co!, John Burgoin a lso Mrs. I.M. McLaughlin. Gordon4 Couple Submits New FlagDesign i andl Her husband a new' Cana dianfrom ttolland. contributed the interpretation of the colors; yellow, f or ' underground . re- apricots, vegetables and cereal sources; white for the great grains flourish in the shade of ; Canadian' North; green for the palms growing in Sahara oases, nation's fertility of the soil, ' " ; ' nd red for' the power of the Gabon, whose average peri Canadian nation, both man- capita income is about $IlO, is! power and hydro power. one, of the few nations in trop Beauty of the design, .the Van de Vens' claim, is its simplicity. Any child can draw it.. For men with a taste ( fnr l-in firo'if nutrlfSnro Stratford; Crash Kills Two Mei Now (CP) Two persons were Kiieer-uiiirsiay when their car colli dedwiirf- -secona .vemcte at a,' city .tnter- A Rrantford counleTTrai de'-'eft! - ; Kltr WiamKi i Pf , keep h,s promise io jHompsoB:. 22; bolh of Str,t. O W Hehneh:MrsTAndre.wvT'v--4rulY.i'1tl'f:tv. Cana- ford.. William Knott also of Muir, Bert Tyne, Billy Joe,: dian' flag by 1967. " ' -.' Stratford,' driver of the second Mrs! Margaret Hamilton a n dj Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Vn!carwas 'k'"' to hfcsp'ital. He Stanley-Connor. - . -' jde Ven have submitted 'Tfr:? mc "p t "idesign - which they claim, tst small loss of $459 in 1963, af tef taking in $113,259 andspendi'.ig $113,718. PALMS AND WATER ' Sahara oases vary in sie simple, sfrong. dignified and j d i 1 1 i nguished represent ing! Canada's people, resources and J traditions. ... . , - j It has four bands df color , yellow, white, green and red from those with Just a few trees tne cnoice 0f Mrs. Van de Vca to one called the "Street ,of . a - native- of, Plantagenet et Palms", stretching 500 miles, in .French-Canadian by birth LAWN CARE PRODUCTS Can You BenSfir by Our FOOD PLAN? -Call for FfiEI Presentation 745-2128 .v. itpri , jpJ luiuawi jiinva 530 Montreal Rd. iui ii ic yi oqi uuluuui o r, the full-bodied flavour of I: M 1C U Ad Pa li i' L I! h: ' '-im ai M aaim mm n r nr. i i . i 1 . . . . - ' I G,. .j -iVW-l HANDLI.D i ty KesidentsHw w- p' M'no;. '',!' ' ' ''''. -iooo applications for -parents., a Executive I ; figure exceeded -.onfy' by West' ...d.Oermany. ' -Ji' ' Fou Ottawa- rMrsnn bave w Rhpiimatin Pain?! been elected to executive posts -does It make you feel yearfoldet LU invarious sections and deDart-!::w?,,hin0,,,,h,.'?,'''4,'' ments . of the Ontario tduca-, pn n my bck nd houw"f. i could tional Association' Wednesday.'! ."M"V 'd t'. i I d .. . ' ,. i , toMd OOLCIN bll many mpnt Michael. PalKAXwas elected bior i o.a-th g m uevtif jpresident. of the Schoo.:HealthVm,nne1,''0,M'n'"'ir . Section;, Mrs, Margaret . Mc-, ,)0c.f command Boicm." Mn. Donald", "president of - Special -o". S. ' Education, and Mrs. B.. Anne; ,,... .,,,,,. h,mtMBB. ,.,. jWood,. secretarV 'of .Spemr ndTfucuirch. Doian conumt a iEducation. James' Tassie was ;"o'td.tnt to t .p..d uo pm- 1 fhm without tlomach upt. AH our I elected secretary of the Ontario , d'uoa'it tor. colon toiu. Your Modem Languages Teachers ; Tone Dc "' 'u !'. t Association. '.; ' ..' ' : y ' ' ' ' ' ' for ' (CARUNG) " ,1 BOOTH BLDG. 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