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April 3, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 24

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1- . 1 '-.24 BEATEN BY PROFESSOR (B The CP) - Ontario Education Minister k Davis said Thursday that more and more English - language' elementary school boards in the -province want to introduce oral, French classes, but -qualified French teachers are gett.ng scarce. . . He -expressed the hope that ihe new French-language teach rs college at Laurentian University in Sudbury and the older French teachers college at the University of Ottawa will increase the number of hilin gua! teachers sufficiently -to meet- the growing -demand. "Your English-speaking compatriots in Ontario are in increasing numbers interested in learning the language of Racine." he told 350 French-speaking school trustees at the annual meeting of the Bilingual School Trustees 'Association .of Ontario. ' fie said 181" publ.c school boards now provide oral -French I courses for their English-speak-j ing - pupils. But success was j achieved . only with teachers ' who spoke French fluently with a good accent and pronunciation. . - ' The Canadian Teachers' Federation is. against extending - social insurance numbers -to teachers, Norman Gpble, assistant secretary, said Thursday. Mr. Goble told 200 members of the Ontario Publx School Men. Teachers' Federation the unemployment fund should be kept solvent through normal taxation methods, when he addressed an OPSMTF dinner at the Talisman Motor Hotel Inn. Mt is regrettable in some parts of "the efftrntry teachers are told, it (social insurance) is compulsory. At present it is voluntary," he said. "Where the system has any advantage we can't help noticing it would make it easier to put into effect certain suggest tons of the Gill Committee on unemployment insurance to which teachers' organizations re unanimously opposed." It would take $9,000,000 from teachers each year and an addit.Kjnal $9,000,000 from t h e school boards. The money would come from funds collected for educational purposes, Mr. Goble said "w 6upport federal funds." Other reasons teachers opposed -the committee, he said, were because social insurance was "not genuine insurance. Teachers are riot likely to br unemployed and they would be asked i to contribute without any probability of benefit." Mr. Goble added that "taxation limited to one section of New Policy On Found-ins TORONTO (CP) - Members of the Metropolitan Toronto7 Police Commission agreed Thursday that police should no longer charge party-goers as found-ins' - because -someone in the house appears drunk. Judge Ian Macdtme'i vice-chairman of ' the.,,commission, - Said found-ins should be 'summonsed, rather than taken to JaiLandonly .summonsed if there 'is ' sme7VeAsbnir link them with the "drunkenness. CommissiAn Chairman C: 0. Bick agreed h was an "intolerable situation." rry uuun STROLLERS 413.88 ; : "$B9 Howl "Charge It!"- r ' Vngtrotti . said vthe normal DAVIS TELLS TRUSTEES Qualified French Teache rs Sea rce "FrjmkhvTthe boards . are finding it -quite-d;ffirult- to je-cruit French, instructors with those qualifications among English-speaking teacher;' He said per cent of the leachers- in Ontario's Fr.ench-lan-guage 'separate schools nrtw hoi d f.rst or . second c la ss x ea c Iters certificates. This w a s a commendable achievement for the French-Canadian minority,, especially compared with 1930 when -only 23 per cent of. the French-Ian. gua&e jeachers .held"7 such cef- Mr. Davis was the first education min ster to attend or ad dress a convention of the French-speaking trustees mi 20 years. Roger Seguin of Ottawa, president of the French Canadian Education Association of 'Ontario, praised the new system of equalization grants, to school fXMrds wtth low assessments. He said many separate srhool boards have been able- to hold or cut their tax rates despite mounting expenditures this year a a result of the minister's foundation' tax plan, announced in January- ' Teachers Oppose Insurance Numbers society, and on a flat rate not related to income. - - ' "As a flat rate scheme the Toast wealthy areas would be the hardest hit according' to Assumes Responsibility for Group's Travel V - J' DEWAR scorn Quickly grabbing the reins of his new office. Air. Scotti had most derided views about travel, "Our Ixdge' funds are hard to come by" he said,,"itnd I intend to stretch them to the last cent. With Carta dlan National's Group Travel Flans. Take CN'a Party Fares, for example, for smaller groups of 10 or more. I can save this Lodge 10 to 20 over and above the big savings on Red 'Bargain' and Whjfcp 'Economy' Days. And, fair larger groups, I'm going to use CN's. Charter Coach I'lan. Think of it. 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V'ndif the old jules, -players could "double down" on any two cards, and split aces.; Vogliotti' said the '. new changes came about largely because, of the publication of a book on winning at black- , jack written by a New Mex-J uo College mathematics pro- "fessor, Kdward. O. Thorp. Thorp outlined ; in -layman's terms the pattern for' catcu-" lating the odds on-the game so players could get a 52-48 percentage in their favor.' ... percentage is about 47.$,-to, 52. 5 in favor of the house. Thorp's system, as outlined in his boofcBeat" the Dealer, rests on the p!ayerV ability tunt the-cards that have' pen dealt around the table and. figure out how many of ' what sie cards' haven't been dealt .out' - - - . ' , , . 'ogttotii said the meeting was. called and the1 decisjon to alter the game made after .pit bosses at the rhajorra-"ssnos reported the Thorp method was' beginning to make a dent in the house's imoneyO ' It became V evidenj "that quite a few people arriving in , Nevada" have read the book .and are serious students of his. (Thorp's)' "system,'! ; Vogliotti said.;- '.. ;,' ' ' .':-"- Mail Truck ' yes Disappointed? THREE RiyERS. Que. (CP) Three , armed robbers " who emptied a mail truck of its con tents m norrh-end Three Rivers were" apparently Adisappointed tn their search for. money, Quebec Provincial Police - said Thursday night, m . V) ' The truck police believe they used for . the hold-up and all mail bags missing from,, the robbed truck were recovered, police said. The bags were slit, but police said postal authorities found nothing missing from them. They contained no money A CENJC&AI. MOTORS VALUK V. ' . Man Faces 50 theft Charges MINEOLA.-NY (UPlX - Ihe accused accomplice of t w o members of Montreal's "Hooded Gang" was returned to 1-onR Island today to face charges in .a 'month long suburban burglary spree involving 50. or more thefts .and up to, $2,000,000. ;' RondaUl LeMaire. 24,' an un employed truck driver, of, Montreal, .waived extradition 'and was returned to Nassau County police' custody, He was picked up and questioned by police in Montreal" Tuesday night.-. He war-returned hereshort-ly after midnight' and held for arraignment later today.. . . LeMaire is specifically charged with a" robbery in which a maid and small girl . were terrorized and three gunmen, described, as French . speaking, escaped with ,53.000, He also faces charges of a Feb. 16 burglary of. the old Westbury NY, home of Marie Rushmoie. Some $1,000,000 in securities and $31,000 in cash was' taken.-: Ozark Town Adopts Curfew NE6SHO.Mo. ( AP)-F.Very one 19 years of age and under has been . banned " from - the streets of Neosho after 7 p.m.. unless accompanied . by a'pjT-ent or guardian. Neosho,' a town of -7.500. ii in (he southwest Missouri Ozark. The city couttctt .adopted the curfew Thursday and-put up a $300 reward for a. tip leading to the vandals who damaged 250 automobiles in 10 days. 7 r V THE - OTTAWA JOURNAL NEW YORK ,NeWYork. REACHED NtW lUGH lOOO in 1963. with the me nun7- sfrme nuni City's commuters come as fir Visits to Canada's national ber visiting provincial lp distant as 100 miles: (park's reached record 8,000,-1 Ontario. w. ' V ial t . FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1364 j OELMfltJs Ohio la parks trrf most scjuare, its bordetji meai- sjuring about 2(M) miles each. DINE THIS WEEKEND AT THE "IKE "m.tmim1 Chinese Foocf - Cantonese' Style Canadian Food - Sampan. Style O BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHEONS ; O BANQtiETV ROOM FACILITIES 1820 CARLING AVENUE AT BROADVIEW Licensed by The Liquor Board of Ontario OPEN 11.30 A.M. 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