The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on November 11, 1969 · Page 18
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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada · Page 18

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Tuesday, November 11, 1969
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TT-r- 18 Tuesday, November 11, 1969 The Ottawa Journal y- . ... --W .j '.' -r OTTAWA RIVER TO FLOW THROUGH TUNNEY"S PASTURE- ' Machines are hacking out a trench to cany Ottawa River water through a 42- inch pipe to the new central cooling and air conditioning plant teing installed at Tunney's Pasture. Up to 35.000 gallons per minute will, flow through the. 3,000-foot-long intake pipeline, perform its cooling 'work, and be returned, eight degrees ' warmer, to the river. The job will be finished by spring. -- ,... - (Journot Ptioto toy Oomlnloo Cool Complex To Pump River Water to Coot Tunney's Pasture Work on the first phases of a $2,500,000 project to install a - central cooling plant to serve government buildings at- Tunney's Pasture is well under way. ' : ' Men and machines have ,.. been at work for several weeks on a J.M foot . long Clean, sound, economical trantpertotlea 1966 RAMBLER J."" CLASSIC 770 2 doer hardtop., 4 cyl. with auto, trans, radio and completely winterized and safety-certified.. Ik. No. tttHAr 504 ELGIN ST. 232-3501 trench that will .bring 35,01 gallons of water per minute from the Ottawa River through a 42-inch pipe to the cooling plant In the middle of the sprawling complex. The water will be returned to the river" about eight de grees warmer than it left, through a 54-inch return pipe passing through the same trench which runs tinder the Ottawa River Parkway. - The river water will be used for condensing in the air conditioning system. . A pumping station will be built on the shore at the Remic Rapids lookout, but its roof will be used as a parking ramp so that the existing view will not be Tutnedr" a-DPW spokesman said. The air conditioning plant is being installed in an old building once . used for heating pur poses, situated about 200 feet from the new high-rise, multipurpose office building now being completed. 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Among these case histories were variety of hemorrhoidal conditions. Relief even occurred in cases of long standing, and most important of all, results were so thorough that this Improvement eras maintained over period of many months. This was accomplished with a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne) which quickly helps heal injured cells and stimulates growth of new tissue, Bio-Dyne is offered in ointment and suppository form called Preparation H. In addition to actually shrink ing Iwnnrrhoids, Preparation H lubricates and makes elimination less painful. It helps prevent in fecbon which is a principal causa of hemorrhoids. Just ask your druggist for Pre Deration H Suppositories or Pre paration H Ointment (witn special applicator). Satisfaction or your money rerunded. WITH CIGARETTE TOBACCO AND EXPORT CIGARETTE PAPERS completed, by next spring.' National Capital Commission operations director Jim Mac- Niven had good news for park way motorists. The parkway will not have to be closed at any time during construction of the pipeline.- We Insisted that they install four lane detours," he said, Gloucester Township Council lor Mitchell Owens complained at a Monday night meeting about $335,000 in grants for 1969 not yet been received by the township. It's gettkig on towards the end of the year, and we've spent most of that money al ready," he noted. He pointed out that S2M.IM under the '.Municipal . Grants Act, and grants in lien of taxes from the National Research Council and the CBC, totalling SieS.SoS, had not yet been received. In reply to Councillor Owens' queries, finance, commissioner Carl Hanson said in the past these grants have not - been Longer Term Contracts For Teachers? Carletnn Board of Education Monday night voted to reject an appeal by Middlesex Board of Education asking endorse- tion of an appeal for three-year contracts with teachers. But a. motion was accepted that CBE. would support the principle of contracts for more than one year and would urge this "as a matter of principle for other boards and the trus tees council." The Middlesex Board had asked that CBE endorse a request to the Ontario education minister to introduce legislation to "make it mandatory for all school boards and teachers in the province of Ontario to negotiate salaries for a three- year period." Trustee Sidney Handleman said there Was "no way" the provincial government would make this legislation, but he believed trustee William Da-kin's motion "would help." Use Caution In School Bus Changes ORSB Quebec School Board Federation and the department of education will be asked to make a serious study and con. suit local school boards before approving important changes in school bus regulations. Outaouais Regional School Board Monday night proposed that Zone 11 of the School Board Association (Outaouais and Papineau) make the re quest The proposal came soon after an announcement that the de partment of education would become responsible for all school transportation in the province in the future. ORSB trustees fear this would result in a loss of effi ciency' in school bus transpor tation. The board considers itself solely responsible for discipline aboard the buses and general welfare of the students. Itemized Bill For Library Study Asked Ottawa Library Board will ask architect George Beml for an itemized bill before paying his $25,000 fee for the feasibility study being conducted on a proposed new building. However, they agreed to ask the city for the necessary funds for the study. In other business, the board congratulated the library's 150 employees for (hear showing in the United Appeal campaign. The employees raised J2.565, which was $170 more than their goal. Native Canadians Seek Radio Hookup Representatives of Canada's Indian, Eskimo and Metis com. munities met with, the Cana dian Radio Television Commls sion Monday to ask for better communications facilities for native peoples. The delegation charged the communications media in Can ada with largely ignoring the needs and social conditions of native peoples. There are . about 247,000 status Indians, 250,000 nonstatus Indians and Metis, and 13,000 Eskimos in Canada. Indian - Eskimo Association president Walter Currie said he thought the delegation was Gloucester Seeking $335,000 in Grants received until "lata in the vear In. other business .council promised to approach develop ers of the new K-Mart shopping centre aFTHighway-31 and Queensdale Road to try and get the proposed exits of the centre changed. A Queensdale Road resident had complained that headlights from - vehicles leaving by the exit would shine directly onto her house. 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