The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on March 21, 1951 · 3
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Wednesday, March 21, 1951 THE EVENING CITIZEN. OTTAWA, CANADA" Page 3 Council Approves Street Names In New City Ward City Council has approved 60 new street names for Gloucester Ward, replacing names which conflicted with those in the old city wards. i .... - ,,, The new street-titles were compiled by City Clerk Nelson Overtime pay tor prwaUHJ Ogilvie after consultation with aldermen and citizens concerned, rate employes after 44 hours Similar practice was followed some months ago when street ' instead of 48 was sought by the names in Nepean were altered. Dominion Canals Employes' As- Canal Men Ask Better Conditions Following are the old street titles and new names for Gloucester Ward: Old New Alexander fRideau Park) Sabra Avenue Randall Avenue Prince Albert Street St. Laurent Blvd. Belanger Avenue Riverside Drive Ayers Avenue Clarina Avenue Cabot Avenue Alta Vista Drive Kitchener Avenue Kitchener Avenue Cavendish Road Alpine Atfioll Base Line Bavlie Bowesville Boyer Campbell Charles Churchill Downing Ecclestone Eden Elm Elm Fern ! sociation in a brief presented to C. W. West, director of canal services for the Department of Transport, yesterday. Ten items Other items covered by the brief included: By The Canadian Prese i. An Increase in the coverage External Affairs Minister Pear-j of the departmental medical, son said yesterday Communist ! hospital and surgical insurance. Charges Are '"Grotesque, Unfounded" China's charges against five Canadian nuns are "grotesque and unfounded" and that the British diplomatic service has been asked to do all possible to help them. Mr. Pearson, answering a Com Rockingham Avenue ' mons question by Jean Francois Racine Street Beaver Avenue Forest Way Blackthorne Avenue Forst Fourth Frontenac Garden George George Gordon Graham Granville Highway Hill Hillcrest Joseph Lacasse Laurier Lincoln Mary Mayfair Maxwell Metcalfe Kootenay Avenue Alta Vista Drive Ridgemont Avenue Bendon Street Chapais Street Hochelaga Street Banff Avenue Balharrie Street Collins Avenue Riverside Drive Hatley Street Old Hill Avenue Fontaine Street Gaspe Avenue Lapointe Street Cheverton Avenue Brunei Street Surrey Avenue King George Street Bank Street MontgomcryMountbatten Avenue Nora Glasgow Crescent Olmstead Cote Street Oxford Jasper Avenue Peel Glasgow Crescent Percy Queen Mary Street Queen's Riverside Drive Redpath Cook Street Russell Riverside Drive Queens Riverside Drive Riverside Reelstoke Drive River Road Riverside Drive Somerset Donald Street Sparks Brebeuf Street Stanley Chartwell Street Side Park Hill Victor Edith Avenue Walkley Ledbury Avenue WestminsterFoxbar Avenue Windsor Anoka Street RAF Plane Down In North Sea By Reuters Newi Agency LONDON An RAF Mosquito was reported to have crashed into the North Sea off the Essex 1 coast early today. The Mosquito, one of two on an exercise from a south-east coast airfield, carried a crew of two, pilot and navigator. Training Panne. Heaping fiartntnu, Vanta Towels, Bad .Vweit, Dipaiah Vtto and Hindi. omplete Latent Vti. .-it utawa iroau MIMIITON ONtaaiO VANTA KM 10 tm WANTED Experienced educational aaleaman with outstanding record Car CMrntial Big earning Include phnne number in letter. BOX 405 cum leicoi (IKK Pouliot (L Temiscouta), said a March 5 letter from the Canton orphanage to the Montreal headquarters of the Nuns' order said the orphanage was being taken 2. Improvement in housing facilities for employes in isolated stations. 3. Clarification of the issue of taxing tenants of government dwellings. 4. Prevailing rates to be kept closer to those prevailing in industry through more frequent surveys of these rates. 5. Notification of changes tn rules and regulations to be sent to association officers at the over by the Chinese and that : time they are issued the nuns were being deported to . 6 increase in the permanent Hong Kong. - quola for canals. So far there has been no of- j 7 0!e frequent competitive ficial confirmation of newspaper t examinations reports of the arrest of the five, I g Restoration of annual he added. ; status for full time operatmg However, the fact that Chi-; employes, nese newspapers have made j g provision of experienced cnarges against me oanaaian . nelpers to asSjst in performing orphanage has been confirmed through London. The charges included allegations of inhuman acts, that the nuns' order is an imperialist" organization and dangerous work during floods to minimize the possibility of accident or death. 10, Establishment of seasons of navigation as years in the that more than 2,000 Chinese j compuUtion of time for fur children have died because of ! mJL ipnvp mistreatment in the orphanage. MP Protests Long Hours A familiar cry usually futile in the past went up in the Commons yesterday. Gordon Graydon (PC--Peel) asked the cabinet to do something during the Easter recess of the Commons from March 21 to April 3 "inhuman" working hours of the House. The hours now are from 3 to ough leave. The triennial convention of the Canals Employes Associa tion endorsed the aims and objects of the Civil Service Federation and expressed appreciation of the federation's efforts on their behalf. John Balchrn, president, led the delegation to' the interview with Mr. West and presided at the afternoon session. 6 p.m. and 8 to 11 p.m. Mr. Graydon said there should to change the be some plebiscite among the members to see if something couldn't be cone, chiefly to end the sittings late into the night. I mmm mmW I m, J -a"f-5flfVa"a" V'zji'''' 'am and ran hiatus 10 1 1Kb oKilliuna fin 'ihoa. Siriifhi blow or oictlliuaa koaer lootb. Admiuble otnUV naa rcr Lara air aiipltf-rneni for Lung rnomt, ofectk mill iiort. 1315 ittmmo d In 1 ulii awtaH inm ta.ta turn 1 $afcr....ju oflN The bowflh 1 aXiafct l brr mi mm to Iroa o rtinibiM mora ttotaii! Ifoair. will do Tm Imku laiui aKd fn 1 ha I no4i tmaaat- Koaaeurni a M SoOtffc OMNettl fOgffOOlMnMO gaa. fill iSSSScaSZaPEwSI ! iaiallia4i.ailM- ; ttk n m 1. HKja. rout mmt at uu mm you buy u a turn oeaweeie M Vo, m,U I M4ar4 o mm ..i.ih.l.n ft il aMaati haaa laa Baft aa. tawwit Ma laun Ma rm 9m 1 Mf Jet th MH'Bthu t roduefi ml. RoMOTSOK. 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Fashion-right shortie coats In all wool suede and all wool fleeces. Soft swinging loose back modeLs or smartly belted reefer types In sizes 10 to 1. Red, green, yellow, off-white and beige. Bag Fashions 7.00 to 10-50 This is Easter . . . and we see you carrying one of these new handbags. Overwrist and shoulder strap models In aquatan leather and fine corde. Black, green, brown, navy and tan. Spring Pumps 7.95 to 11-95 Feet first thli Spring? Choose pumpi that are to right because they lend themselves to so mny Interpretations Shell or baby-doll vamps, open closed toes, high and cuban heels. Luxurious meda and smooth leathers. Black and colon. Fresh From Their Wrappings Easter Millinery Remember it's Easter and our fabulous straws will make fashion headlines at this price. Flattering in every way . . . tilting forward this Spring ... a swoosh of veiling, a pat of velvet . . . definitely enchanting on you. Navy, natural, lilac, red. green and white. Each '5 Orient Pure Silk Crepe Hosiery 1.95 Mother will be proud U rtcclva her Easter gift of pure silk crtpa boat beauUf ully full fashioned. Choose from Moonlight. Dreamer and Romanct shade In aim ' , to II. $6 ' Mm m m White Shirts for Easter 1.95 A great white shirt value! Superbly tailored of fine quality Sanforized broadcloth by outstanding makers. Perfect-fitting Trubenlted collars, various sleeve lengths, lake our word for it . . . they are remarkable value! Men's Fur Felt Hats Distinctive fur ftlt hats with a mm mgx mellow finiah Brown. Un nd ffirv tones, and satin lining Snap M w brim or off-the-face styles. Feature All Wool All Wool Sweaters Socks 5-50 1.59 Todap value I Ml Meai fmpnfieu mi bMUter eaters eaawa

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