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The 0tx4W4 Journal: Senior Citizens' President Wisg president of the United ienior Citizens of Ontario stys to is "disappointed u4 jUegusted- at the govera-snant's handing of the pesssion hwue. Lerette, of Toronto, re-totting to 450 defecates to U5CO" annual meeting at Carieton University Tuesday, aid to is "appalled at tte tovernmeafs subbora defi- anee and refussT to i $100 basic monthly Jj'Trtesf statement that they Mve soawihlng better to offer iemains to ba proved," he tH -'leatth Minister MacFarhen iif teid Irgwlsliosi gusrantee- faaf a $103 monthly income to easiomrs will ba submitied this fall. Prospective recipients would have take a aseans test. TSmca many senior citizens would not submit to aseans Ust. tfaa application of the act would be said Mr.
Lerette in bis annual report. VMr. Leratta said the conference was planned for Ottawa tot' draw the attention of kgUators to the problems of older people "right here at the eat of TThat the guvsiaiacut nut eatsj oa prices as was don Ths scene set for the ant public Artarazaa auc-ssi at dry ten tonight. Ter two days workmeo tte fence of tte Na tional Centra for tte Ferforaa- mg Arts to tte foyer of city to. Three othc have been building Many of the artists aaaem- fArtarama Auction I Va.
li i -s-f I I hamwhjsstomami JACK MERKLEY Moving Tune Again. MASTER MOVER He's Opening His Third School Whim Ottawa Hull school priacipais work to get time tabjes, textbooks and duty lists in prdar. Jack Merkley. prin-cipfl cf the new Sic John A. MaeAmsM High School on Draper Avenue, faces a major move-in.
Today, chairs piled, in hall- Mrs will be moved to class rooms, an ail-out leaning pro-grain begin, and tte narking lot ets paved. When school starts there may still be machines, workmen ahd Diles ofi dirt front of tie building, however. and burning of tafimsted sections of the school tte Bbrary. gympas-ium onJ auditortuni will con- tin. -i-ii But Wore school starts, workmen putting ground- noor windows and grind! ag terrazzo for tte floors win van ish and the principal will roe for hia office.
THian mm htm Hth he said. This Is the third new school opening for Mr. Merkley. Six usted" by during the war because! "the cost of living keeps cW tmaatry going up beyond the of people oa low fined That the basic mm taxes be raised Met te tZJtt for all 5 years of age a a the -seniors who huUt and expanded this try" he able to tour the cm try at free or half-fare oa pub-ncly-Owned and subHcry-aaststed transpnrtalioa systems to I mire the -wonders of this crest That -halHare an aQ forms! thoes of tte rest of the popu- EDUCATION COSTS Reid Bach Ontario Mayor Keid. Tuesday," gave a burden of bat transfer ted from the to: the provincial He was spanking at the eight eiwusl United Sealer Citirena oi Ontario coavanUon.
where the resolution was tabled. Its On Tonight ad the Artarama cpauuittee's call aad re-touched their However, three of six sunns tags daasaged by One of tte artists ss as VaaV. "I doat know what can to skaw." said one Artarama official. -v years aim be opened Woodroffe High School and two years be fore that Ridaemont. The school is "almost ready for business on the sec floor, he said, and in order to keep the work going full speed ahead, students have been legistered at woodroffe High School.
A total of classrooms, in cluding ix science laboratories. witl be ready when SQt grade nine and It students arrive at the school Tuesday at 2 p. The school, started in October. HtS. should be finished soon after Christmas.
Eventually it win accommodate l.gto students and three years from now will offi grades nine through 1JL And. Mr. Merkley con tinuing constructioa shouldn't bother the. "students. nto'tids go for this idea of pioneering and growing vim I tninx evonrtedv 1 works lust a.
little harder because of that" Govt Inaction i of public transportation" ln.On-tario be givea to pensioners. That the Federal government effect its medicare bill "with out any further delay" regardless of any opposition from any provincial government or medical organizations. And. further, "that any llueace from the College of Physicians and Surgeons to oppose the federal medicare bill not receive any cossridera- There will always tea of assis- sheuld not te duwetad Tte group, which ends its a shm today, hammered out resolutions demanding a change of etatas and standard of living tor ora-age pensioners. fcaroer members passed a reaosaUoa dymaading the Fed- at City Hall Tuesday, tte committee had five sahrrors specially cot to replace those stolen by baDerina abstract.
-We're tendrad yte said Dave Adie, Art- araasa corordinatoc. 1 Tte mmmittee Is planning to have everything cleared Bp at city ten by this after- soon, so that the public can view tte paintings hefere the sale tonight. v- Murray Halt. a drawing of cartoon character. Alfred E.
Newman inspw ling an Ottawa pothole was refused by tte committee because ft was entered too late, will also be oM. fir.rHeit told The JourssU Tuesday. -If he gave it to us. we would auctioa It off. in official said.
Terry Hayes, a professional will hawk tte art Tte Committee Is preparing a special booklet for Use public that describes the paintings and a guide is expected to be on hand to answer questions fat the foyer this afternoon. MAY BE CHARGED FREEHOLD. SJ. (AP)-Un- married peisous who seek wel fare assistance (or their chil dren win face possible prosecution on adultery or fornication charges, Monmouth a a Freeholder Marcos Daly an- snced Tuesday. He said the county spends about SI.SOt.t0t a ir for aid to about MM de- pentf ist chfldrea and a good percentage goes to support what be calls -children of illegitimate parents." CAREFREE lation and must be served individually, Mrs.
Margaret Rideout (L Westmorland) told the conference Tuesday. The Canada Assistance Plan, she said, tea teen designed to share in the cost of meet ing Individual need without limit and to encourage vtioptnent of preventive and rehabllitatjve services to re dues dependency. Senior citizens from the Ottawa dubs presented the Gay Nineties variety show, a musical program, for dele gates following the evening banquet. Takeover era! ana provincial govern- taka full responsibility (or ed'icational expenses and that homeowners be exempt from school taxation, not telling the gov ernment where it can get the we're backing the Ontario Municipal Association said last week." tte group's secretary. Jack Rose, of To- mto, told The Journal.
Defecates, to tte OM con ference in Hamilton, Aug. S. voted 1H to 41 on i resolution demanding tte provincial government pay lot per cent of education costs. By RICK LYONS of Tte Journal In an effort to cut down the ghway slaughter of school children, a new law has been written into tte provincial High way Traffic i. Effective Thursday.
Ontario otorists approaching a stop ped school bus from the front or overtaking ft from the rear will te required by law. to re main stopped as long as the vehicle's red signal lights are A is -m Stop Mr Dead are Clarke Barker, 44. of Arden, and Norris Cowdy, 47, of RRJ. Mountain Grove. A third man Merrick Arney, 48, of Arden was treated for shock and allowed to go hpmev The rr.en were painting guard Police Chief Reg Axcell said! Tuesday te approved of any! law helping" protect children from the dancers of automobiles but said he feU it was most unfortunate when the new law was being written it could not! have been made to epply any speed range.
Ottawa Safety League chair man. James Bancroft 'said the new school bus regulation was definitely confusing and before it la adopted it should be -re-1 2 im tin "li J. i 1 A r-ViTT i Tn fin fir' it i im i i i inn ii -m Indoor pool Outdoor pool Gym Sounos Nursery Workshop StdtJ events Lmoqm Ttnnit Picnic orovnds Sceeft, Cabs, Guides laskstbafl Softball alckbuintM lilHords Volleyball Extrdse room ToMthl OPP Constable Larry towry stop ncoming traffic and points to tte flashing lights on a school bus. Starting tomorro new provincial legislation will become effective which requires rill motorists coming from either direction to remain i stopped as long as a school bus is stopp ed, and Its red signals are fMshing. The new law applies In areas (where the speed lim it is 35 miles-per-hour or more.
1 (Jownat stmts 4v DontfnloA Wlds), YEAR ROUND PLEASURE fSl f.c 1 LV LIVING MEANS If A NlW -TTl' 1 Bridge Wednesday, August 31, 1966 Tha Ottawa Journal yV i iff Flash Storm at Kaladar Lightning Bolt Kills JSHARBOT LAKE (Special) Two -department of highways employees- were killed and a third injured. Tuesday when lightning struck a Stall pine tree about three-miles east of Kala- Ur. 'New School Bus Law Tomorrow But there appears to te ens bind in the new traffic regula tion. Tte new law only applies la areas where tte Mghway speed is miles-uei hour er mere. What about 'the more than! 100.000 students per month who rsl on school buses within City of Ottawa? ft For these children the new appear to offer no pro- except in city sections where, the speed limit exceeds 15 miles-per-hour.
STOP DONT PASS! nui ftaliTTrll tl WtoemttsmW btouaasSSl sswataBUaaaajaajp PBPPB' waxaxawaw WORLD OF COMFORT BY MINT0 rails at the side of Highway when a sudden thunder storm flashed over tte Sharbot Lake district. Mr. Arney told The Journal they took shelter under the tree. about feet bom the south vised omitting any lefeience to Mr. Bancroft agreed with different speed limits with in Ottawa, where the law will and won't apply, there will most definitely be confuted students who might cross in front of a stopped school bus at the wrong time, with possible! fatal results.
"It's going to take a lot of careful instruction to make this law work, said Mr. Bancroft City solicitor Don Rambling said no bylaw, could be to make city motorists stop for school buses witlun all speed ranges. J'," In Quebec it is against the law for any motorist to pass a school bus bom either direction when the bus is stopped, dis charging' or taking on passengers and its signal lights are activated. Quebec provincial Police said the regulation applies at all traffic speeds and has been effect since 1SS8. NO -SECOND CHANCE With school opening in six days, Ottawa city.
East-view, Gloucester, and Nepeaa police are warning motorists there won't te any second chances for offenders Just fines. Ernes range up to for a first offence and up to $2M for a third offence, plus tte ticking off of four 'points on the de-meret point system for each infraction. And More Fun For sM 4 And At own inest and Include j. But Where Were All The Gars? Tuesdays noon opening of tte Road Bridge must have teen ooe of Ottawa's test kept Indicative of wss She evening's rush 'When motorists elected perhaps through habit, to become entangled in 'heavy traffic converging on tte Main-Hawthorne and Main Lees intersections seeking alternate routes borne. At the Smyth Road Bridge, where Tte Journal kept a tally on traffic volume for one hour, from Ot to SJg p.m., only a few a jndred cars crossed.
Thousands were expected. Probably the answer lies in tte tact motorists haven't yet learned how to use the direct route spanning the Rideau river with southerly access to Alta Vista, Elm vale Acres, Elmdale cestre and St. Laurent Boule- vard. Two shoulder of the highway. wbes) tte rain started.
"Wo saw lightning but didn't think it was very close. Wa ta't even leaning 1 against the tree when tte lightning It iosocked Clarke and Nor ris to tne ground and I could hear Clarke crying Oh my Norris Just lay there te said. Mr. Arney was stunned by the Kgbtnittg but-after almost 3t minutes of waiting was able to flag a car dews) on tte highway. His two co-workers were dead when an amhulanre He said they had all been friends for "a many years." The storm lasted 2t minutes.
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