The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa,  on September 9, 1966 · Page 2
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Ottawa, Canada
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Friday, September 9, 1966
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Friday, September 9, 1964 Th Ottawa Journal -. Area Crash Kiils Man kj jr - -erw i j " jtmtK'- .'"r am.'w.. , Et i fas; lisiM nmsz, v -' tp .!n..-i-I..f.tiffr.l FRANK BILODEAU Holpc Solv 3 BlggMtH FALSE TEETH Worrits and Problems A ttttl FAfliUlfl, nrlnkUd on your (Senturm doaa all thi: (1) Hi bold f&lM teeth mora firmly tn plce: (2) Hold them more oomfort&blr; 3) Lets you bit up to 13 hunter Without discomfort. PASTVXTB Powder la aDurtin (Doa-ekl. Wont our. Mb lummr naa. oeetr taate jSt& milnlto wwnl? CAPITAL CITY OPTICAL CO. "HOME OF ONE- PRICE GLASSES' BLACKBURN BLDG. SUITE 109 85 SPARKS ST HOURS: f a n. to S p.m. Dolly Including lot. Open W4. Unl n Nam Phone 252-1758 - " LET ANDY INSTALL A MASSAGE BELT IN YOUR HOME Only 50c day U Includn Fret Option to Purchase 236-7379 479 BANK OTTAWA EATON'S CATALOGUE a "DEPARTMENT STORE at your Fingertips" DIAL 236-7561 BIRKS DIAMOND RINGS Finest Quality Best Value Largest Assortment FROM $100.00 UP BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE I i i'O! ' I 101 SPARKS STREET BURGS BRIDGE PUtt 1 NEW HOME FOR DELINQUENT BOYS The Ottawa Youth Services Bureau Boys' Residence, designed by architects Burgess, McLean and MacPhayden will be located at 2887 Riverside Drive. The two-storey building, accommodating a, maximum of 12 boys and two staff members, is estimated to cost $75,000. Visitors' lounge, dining room, living room and administrative offices are on the ground flpor. The second storey has eight bedrooms. A recreation room will be in the basement. Delinquent Boys' Home Start Soon A $75,000 home for delin-i Riverside Drive, next to the quent boys will be built at 28871 st Patrick's Home, Alderman Maurice Egan announced to day. Mr. Egan, who is director of the Ottawa .Youth Services Bureau, said construction would start in November and the home would be ready for occupancy by March or April. ENOUGH TO START The $58,000 raised in last year's campaign was sufficient to allow the project to get started, he said. Mr. Egan called the $75,000 cost estimate reasonable, and explained that the home would be eligible for provincial capital Lgrants of $5,000 per occupant. plus 75 per cent of the an nual operating costs, estimated at $65,000. The home will accommodate up to 12 boys, plus a staff of two living in. There' will bnofences on tne property, nor oarr on me windows. Frank Bftodeau. 32, -is trie newly-appointed director of the home. ADMISSION BOARD Mr. Bjlpdeau said boys would be selected by an admission board comprising himself, a board representatives, acting on the recommendation of schools, courts, clergy and welfare agencies. Boys will be selected more on the basis of need than age. Mr. Egan explained, although the 10 to 14 age bracket had NRC Staff Votes to Quit CS Alliance Some 1,200 of 1,850 em ployees of the National Re- search Council have voted over jwhelmingly to withdraw from the Public Service Alliance. Final tabulations today : showed 80 per cent of the employees voted in favor of leaving the Alliance, while th; , remaining 20 per cent showed they wished to remain within the larger group. The workers have been voting on the referendum since Tuesday. Charles E. Reaume, president of the Research Council Employees' Association, who called for the referendum, said his association will now bargain with the National Research Council "on our own and do what the employees want" Mr. Reaume claimed council employees were not getting their money's worth from the $22,000 paid over to the larger body. PM, Wife To Visit Lord Sherfield LONDON (CP) Prime Minister and Mrs. Pearson will spend part of the weekend break from the Commonwealth conference with Lord and Lady Sherfield at their country home in Hampshire, Mrs. Pearson said today. Hamn Shyftfld. who as Sir Roger Matins was British ambassador in Washington 1963-56, is a longtime friend of the Pearsons. His country estate. Sherfield Court, is situated! near Basingstoke, 50 miles southwest of London. The Canadian leader and his wife will dine tonight at Prime Minister Wilson's country retreat. Chequers. PLAN FOR MORE RICE -Proper world-wide use of fertilizer would Increase rice crops by 13 pounds for every pound of nitrogen applied. 1 beerrtound the best at which to treat delinquent boys. It 3 SHAWVU.l.E Special)-One man was killed and his older companion seriously injured early this morning, when their car failed to negotiate a sharp curve on the Portage du Fort Road, five miles southwest of here. telephone 828-91 75 Dtad is Regene BrouiUette, 22, of Sie. Narcisse, Que. In Ponuac Community Hos pi la I in serious condition u Dona I Adam, 52. of Ste. Fran cis. Que. Force of the car's head-on I impacwilh a large elm tree Police Seek Possible Witness In Fatality City police have asked the driver of a ' red Volkswagen, who may have been a witness to the traffic death of Thomas Prophet, 16, of 2045 Balharrie Street, to assist them in their nvestigation. Mr. Prophet was killed on St. Laurent Boulevard near Elmvale Shopping Centre in the earlv hours of ScdL 5. LAMAS STILL STUDY India has founded a theolog ical school for 1,300 lamas and students among Tibetan refu gees. cut the late-model vehicle In half. The curve has been the cene of several other serious accidents. North Korean Stand Modified? TOKYO (AP) North Korea today proposed an international conference of the nations In-volved in Korea to restore peace to tne divided peninsula. The proposal by Vice-Premier Kim Kwang Kyup appeared to modify the Communist government's previous stand that the only solution to the Korean question is through talks between North and South Korea only. However, Kim repeated his gvernment's stand that Korean reunification must be achieved through general elections arranged and run by the North and South Koreans without outside interference. The vioe-premier also repeated the North Korean demand that United Nations troops must be withdrawn. However, he did not say that this must take place before the international conference is held. ' one year old a. a i i 1 J L 1 x i r;.. i The opening of a new branch office in Ottawa by H. V. Chapman & Associates Limited. Located at Room 409, Commonwealth Building, 77 Metcalfe Street, it will be managed by Mr. W. S. Kendall. H. VT Chapman & Associates Limited, with heodquarters in Toronto, branches in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax, and affiliations in the U.S.A. and overseas, is Canada's leading professional personnel consulting organization. The firm has engaged for the past ten years in the recruitment, testing, and pre-selection of professional and technical personnel, at all -levels, from senior corporate executives to secretarialclerical. In addition, specialized management consulting services are offered in the areas of organization, analysis, manpower audits, management development studies, wage, salary, and . executive compensation studies. it H.V. CHAPMAN fi ASSOCIATES LIMITED ROOM 409 COMMONWEALTH BUILDING 77 METCALFE STREET PHONE 237-3660 mmk besides inoyses Karcfe's "new town planning"' provides spaces for various activities . space for a quiet walk in the woods, space for riding, golfing (the course 'b under construction), and the opportunity- to participate in the many actwities at the Community Clubhouse including swimming, tennis, " teen club, adurt lounge, etc. Kanata offers large family sized homes, rompetrtivery priced, exciting in concept, comfortable in feeling and primanry set in a total town plan which offers a wide variety of cultural and recreational activities, buy a home in Kanata you get more than just a bouse. Til rui the graanbatt town -0mk in- ii - J -1 1

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