The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on June 1, 1954 · 32
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Tuesday, June 1, 1954
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Page 32 THE OTTAWA CITIZEN Tuesday, June 1, 1934 Claims Pressmen Cowed; "Poppycock" Says Paper CORNWALL (CP) A union 1 International Printing Pressmen's lawyer told the Ontario labor re-; Union ( AFL-TLC , charged Philip laticni board Monday pressmen at ; Robertson, manager of the news-the Standard - Freeholder. Corn-i paper, with "unforgivable interfer--aiS only daily newspaper, have ; ence which engendered fear in bees so cowed by "gross asd rep-' these people." rehensib'e intimidation" from man-' The five-man board as asked agenvnt that a secret ballot would ; io decide ii use uaws ihouid be not disclose whether or not they certified to represent nine workers want to bargain through a union. ' on the newspaper. Tbeboard re-David Lewis, representing the served decision. - '" ' ' -i TKa hoard hftarrf virlAns rl-at, Lcal i six of the nine pressmen joined (the unkm and that all nine later The Neighbors THE RTDRJ-ELECTR1C P3WT8 COMMISSION CF ONTARIO Tender for The Construction Of A Service Building At Merlvale, Ontario SFALF.D TENDERS, In triplicate, iddfessed to the understgned, and clearly marked "Tender lor Service Building, Merlvale, Ontario" wiit be received up to 440 o'clock pjn.. Eastern Ivlight Savins Time, TUESDAY. JINE 29, 1954, for the above-mentioned construction ai MrriiU, on site on Part of Lota 2 and 30, Concision 1, Township of isepean in the County of Carletoq. approximately four miles south-west of Ottawa, four mile north of Merivale crossroads, adjoining the Commission's Menvale Transformer Station site. The building wilt be of ane-store? eonrrete block and structural steel (construction. 200 feet by 67 feet, with tart basement. Tendering documents and draw-in? i mav be obtained on and after June 3, 1954, at the office of the Director I of Supply, 620 University Avenue, To-1 iOmo, pmymxnl at ta,tt per which sum win be retunaeo. on return of documents d drawings In good condition. The documents and drawings may be inspected at the office of the Dally Commercial News, Toronto, the Toronto Builders' Ex-ehanse, and the Commission's Eastern Reeionai Office, IfW Bank Street, Ottawa. fcach tender must he accompanied by a certified cheque for the sum of 1ST, of Ihe tendered price. Provisions as to return of cheque appear in the tendering documents. The successful tenderer will be re quired to furnish a Performance signed a petition to keep it out Doneld S liter, pressroom foreman, id seven workers chipped is to hire a lawyer to fight the union. Says "Poppycock" F. Vincent Regan, appearing for the management, said Mr. Lewis made a dramatic presentation that was "a lot of poppycock." He said: "No employee was dismissed. None was threatened." What Mr. Robertson had done with the employees he interviewed, Mr. Regan said, was to review management policies. Six employees told the board they had been interviewed Individually by Mr. Robertson, who had outlined the company's insurance and pension plan and had stressed the paper's policy of keeping men busy in slack times. The six nvnj said they had i srgned the anti-union petition of their own free will and not as a result of anything Mr. Robertson said. 1 it? rWM m l 53 Graduating Cadeis Go On Active Service Attendance Records Set By Trade Fair the tenoered price. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. ROBERT H. SAUNDERS, CUE, QC, Chairman, and Members of tht Hvdro-Electrle Power Commission of Ontario, S20 University Avenue, Toronto, Ontario. PEMBROKE (Staff) Attendance records for the. Ottawa Valley Trade Fair, established last year, went by the boards this Bond issued bv an approved bonding year, it was revealed here Mon- csmpany in the amount of 100r day by trade fair officials. Officials set this years paid attendanc for the three-day fair at 11.365. an increase of roughly one-third over the 1953 mark of 8,500. 0 At the. Pembroke Memorial Center Monday, the same squads of workmen who labored last week to get the building ready, were hard at work removing displays and taking apart the many booths and storing the materials for the 1955 edition of the fair, which already has had some new requests for space. Trade fair manager Morris Snider termed the event highly successful and his comments were enthusiastically supported by Pembroke as a whole. "The Bankruptcy Act" 1949 Notice to Creditors of First Meetimr (See. 68) TV THE MATTER OF THE BANKRUPTCY OF C'lairson Lumber Company Limited of the Town of East-view. Notice Is hereby riven that CLAIR-SON LUMBER COMPANY, LIMITED made an assignment on the 27th day of May, 1954, and that the first meeting of creditors will he held on iiie Sih day of Jttne, 1954, at the hour of 1 3(1 o'clock, daylight saving, in the afternoon, at the office of , WILLIAM GILBERT PUGSLEY,, the Official Receiver, at the Court House, Nicholas Street, In the City of Ottawa in the Province of Ontario and that, to he eligible to vote. creditors must file with me, prior to the meeting, proofs of claim and, whera necessary, proxies. Claims against the estate must he filed with the trustee before distribution Is made; otherwise the proceeds of the estate will be distributed among the parties entitled thereto without regard to such claims. Dated at OTTAWA this 31st day of May, 1954. RUSSELL BOYCE, Trustee. ro Bnyce, MeCav, Duff and Co., .129 Waverley Street, , Ottawa, Ontario. ADDRESS OF TRUSTEE. The Roman Catholic Separate School Board Sealed fenders will he received by the undersigned until S p.m., THURSDAY. June 17, 1954, for; The construction of a snt room addition to St. Mary School, Young Street, Ottawa, Ont. General contractors, and plumbing, heating and ventilation contractors mav obtain plans and specifications from J. S. LeFORT, Architect, 8 Greenfield Avenue, Ottawa. Marked cheque for $250(1 is required as a deposit to obtain plans and specifications. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. AIME ARVISAIS, Secy-Tress., The Roman Catholic Separate School Roard, 153 Murray Street, Ottawa, Ont. " my tcte phones, tell her I'm out for a coffee break with the office gang." Col. C. G. F. Stone , A 1 T 1 stisjuana U.S. End MONTREAL (CP) Montreal Alouettes, of the Interprovincial (Big Four) Rugby Football Union, today confirmed the signing of 22-year-old Jack Carroll, six-foot-four, 190-pound end from Holy Cross College. Carroll announced several weeks ago he had been signed by the Canadian team. An all-round athlete, he won letters in baseball and basketball as well as leading the football team in pass completions last season. He was rated second-best pass receiver in the eastern United States in 1952. Carroll graduates from Holy Cross next week. Mrs. C. W. Curry Mrs. Charles Walter Curry, 88 Aylmer Boulevard, Aylmer East, died suddenly Monday at her home. She was 4 2years of age. The former Beatrice Florence Jones, she was born in London, England, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jones, and came to Canada in 1934. She married Charles Walter Curry in Ottawa in 1941. Mr. Curry is a stationary engineer for Canadian General Electric. Mrs. Curry attended , Christ Anglican Church In Aylmer East. She leaves, besides her husband, three sons, Sydney John, David Ernest Lee and Frederick George, all at home; one daughter, Catherine May, at home; two brothers, Ernest Jones and Frederick George Jones, both of Glamorganshire. Wales. The body is resting at Veitch-Draper Funeral Home, 453 Park-dale Avenue. Funeral services will he held Thursday at 2 p.m. in Veitch-Draper chapel with Rev. Jomes G. Bovington officiating. Interment will be in Beech-wood Cemetery. Full Military Honors For Army Padre Full military honors will be accorded CoL C. G. F. Ston at his funeral here Thursday. The 53,-year-old Principal Protestant Chaplain of the Canadian Army collapsed at Iroquois Sunday moments before he was to address an evening service at St, John the Baptist Church attended by Canadian Legion members commemorating the anniversary of the Coronation. He died in the rectory three hours later. The funeral will be held from Hulse and Playfair Limited. 315 McLeod Street, to Christ Church Cathedral for service Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Officiating will be Bishop I. A. Norris of Ottawa, bishop ordinary to the forces. Friends are requested not to send flowers. Instead it is requested donations be sent to the Protestant Chaplains Memorial Fund, care of Acting Director of Chaplaincy, Protestant, Canadian Army. STARTING FRIDAY, JUNE 4th BUCKINGHAM STORES WILL REMAIN OPEN EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 10 P.M. (Saturdays until 6 p.m.) WATCH FOR STORE SPECIALS ON FRIDAY ONLY Nine Fined For Drinking In "Dump" Seven men and two women who w'ere arrested last week in a Sunday afternoon raid on a "blind pig" in a dirty, condemn. ea west tna apartment were fined $15 and costs each by Magistrate Glenn E. Strike this morning after they admitted having beer in a place other than their residence. A total of 11 persons were taken in the raid, made May 16 by Morality Division officer Lew Bryan and Constable Bob Long-champs, Bob Farmer and Andre Charron. One of the men, John R. Fraser, 32, of TOO Hinchey Avenue, has failed to appear In court and is being sought by police who hold a bench warrant for his arrest. A second man, Jean Paul St. Jean, 28, of 31 O'Meara Street, pleaded guilty to the charge last Tuesday and was fined bf Magistrate Strike, Morality Officer Bryan said the apartment, which was condemned two years ago by the Board of Health, was "indescribably filthy." It is located at 1127 Wellington Street. , Windows Boarded r He said the windows were boarded up so that ' very little light entered and that the only covering on the floor was a carpet of soggy, matted cigaret butts. The nine persons fined today side road to a summer camo nn lnelr Pleas lnls morning the Galops Canal one mile west of iner d"1" thejr1 ullt w,nen the village when a transport truck ! thefy flE? appeared in court last driven by Russell McKinnley, 50, of Two Youths Badly Hurt At Prescott PRESCOTT (Special) Two Cardinal youths are in serious condition in St. Vincent de Paul Hospital, Brockville, and two others escaped injury when their car was telescoped between a transport truck and a road culvert Friday night. Walter Morris, 19, and Wesley Baldwin,' 20, both well - known junior hockey players were rushed to hospital. They were riding in the back seat of a car with Allan McLatchie,' 17, driving, and Allan Amell, 19, in the front seat. Baldwin is suffering from a fractured Jaw and contusion. His condition was described as "good." Morris is being treated for multiple fractures of the pelvis, a ruptured bladder, and multiple lacerations. He is In "fair" condition. Westbound out of Cardinal, McLatchie was about to drive into a Brockville, crashed into the- rear of the auto, driving it into a road and literally folding the car like an accordian. Constable Mel Wilkinson, of the Prescott detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police, investigated. illiplMi(DiH, THE OLD WAY "K:f er-Vue" Contact lenses are totally new and different, simpie to insert and remove; do not lo er steam. Tissue thm and featherwelRhv. require jo artificial solution mi-e thev float ea the natural fluid of the eve. Unbreakable and econemi- Vfear "Kleer-Vue" Fluidles CONTACT LENSES Safer and Better Than Glasses! No on -wants to wear tutlT. disfiguring glasses. However, most people do because they feel they have no other choice. Our experience has bees that over S0 of eve-glass users can wear contact lenses successfully. Call for a free demonstration and find out if you are one of the fortunate majority. I?S to 1154 Safer and better VALI& than glasses! First Triplets Born In History Of Casselman CASSELMAN (Special The stork paid a history-making visit here when, for the first time ; since this Eastern Ontario village was established 75 years ago, he I delivered triplets to a local family this week. ! The proud parents are Mr. and Mrs. Romeo Laflcche, and the mother and babies are all reported to be coming, along splendidly. Romeo Lafleche operates a grain and feed esfabtishment in the village, and is widely known throughout the area. Dr. Bodrigue Marchand, who delivered the babies, said today that the little ones weighed five, four, an4 three pounds respec tively at birth. All boys, they caw worn dt mouMtnos i -s. - v from rising to bed tune. No Impressions of t V eve ncrled Come In. phone 3-I2M or writ s Jf -'V for frfe Pmorsrtio Appointment or for f , '" f I TREF Booklet. No ohiigntion to purchase. V ' f Come In. See and Prove it for yourself! jat, . week. They were Kenneth Rogers, 21, 288 Spencer Street; Gerald Holmes, 21, 99 Merton Street; Earl Gervais, 23. 259 Parkdale Avenue; Gordon Leighton, 25, 38 Ladouceur Street; Douglas Simpson, 22. 1127 Wellington Street; Frank Egan. 24, 95 Carruthers Avenue; James Egan, 26, 281 Bronson Avenue; Margaret Egan, 30, 281 Bronson Avenue, and Therese Mayo, 22, 184 Preston Street. Mav Weather Colder, Wetter Than Normal The Rockcliffe weather forecaster today confirmed the general opinion of Ottawa residents that the month of May. 1954. was nothing to write madrigals and roundelays about. . It was both cooler and wetter than normal'i degrees below normal and 3.19 inches precipitation as compared with a normal 2,47 Inches. The warmest (Jay was 77 degrees on the 15th, the coldest was 30 on the fifth, , " Tonight more showers are ex- are to be named Louis, Rene and; pected but it will begin to Paul. j clear tomorrow morning with a The Lafleche couple have five j high of 70 and sunny skies fore-o'.her children. ' 'cast for the afternoon. Colored Contact Lenses Available! A'n Awriintnteitt Nerded The "Klcer-vue' Way 'FREE COl POX - - Rttnnlx Contact Leni Service. lU SPARKS SsT. Theme 3-1295 Hours: 9 a.m. to p so, HaJlv. including -Wednesday and ftaiurdat. Founded I34 I i ISl tnirkt at. flrtiwa. Ont. t Please nd me FREE eopT of j your booklet, "The Truth About j Invisibia Contacs Lensea " j NAME , address . I Pasta on postcard and mail Brunches in Principal Citlea of Canada an l',S. IN THE REXY THEATRE Corner of Somerset W. and Lome Avenue. Ottawa 'ESTATE OF THE LATE MRS. F. B. PROCTOR) Wednesday, June 2. Commencing at 1 p.m. Tntil 5 p.m. Wednesday, June S, Commencing at 7.30 p.m. Until 10 p.m. Thursday, June 3, Commencing at t p.m. Until 5 p.m. Thursday, Jane 3, Commencing at 7.3d p.m. Until 18 p.m. W. S. WALKER. Auctioneer , KINGSTON (CP) Canada's regular and reserve armed forces took on 78 new officers yester day with the final parade of Uie 1954 graduating class at Royal Military College. Fifty-three of the cadets will go active. , On the sunlit parade ground near the ancient battlements of Ford Frederick, the cau.-ts passed in review order for Defence Minister Claxton. A navy band from HMCS Stadacont, Halifax, played the march-pasts of the three services. After the inspection and march-past, the cadets, faculty and relatives and friends of graduates filed Into Sir Arthur Currie Hall for the prize-giving and awarding of diplomas by Mr. Claxton. Around the hall are the unit insignia of the four Canadian divisions and cavalry brigade which fought in the First World War. Mr. Claxton spoke of the "remarkable achievement" of RMC since . 1948, 4when it was re - opened after temporary closure following the Second World War. He said: "It is wonderful to see the way the college has been built up." The experiment of training officers for all three services together is "paying dividends in quality,' Mr. Claxton added. From 1876. when RMC was founded, until the end of the Second World War, the college graduated 2,828 young men as army officers. Since 1948, when the college was re-opened on a trl-service basis, 1,176 cadets have left here to join the ranks of the three services, active and reserve. In the last three years RMC has turned out 250 officers, the same number as in its first 20 years. RMC stands on Point Frederick where the Cataraqui River runs into the east end of Lake On tario. A military post was estab- Chinese Lawyer VANCOUVER (CP) Margaret Jean Gee, believed to be the first Chinese woman barrister in Canada, was among 13 new lawyers admitted to the British Columbia bar Monday. peninsula in 1673. lished on the small by Count Frontenac During the war of 1812, rough stockade was replaced by the present fortification, which, still exists. The sword of honor, top award at RMC, went yesterday to Cadet Wing Commander James Aiick Marshall, a 22-year-old redhead from Castor, Alta. The award is for leadership, conduct and military deportment. Marshall, who" also walked off with five other prizes, will attend the University of Alberta for a year before joining the RCAF. He already has his wings and will train this summer on jet planes. He attended the tri-service college at Royal Roads. B.C., before putting in two years at RMC. The Governor-General's Gold Medal for highest average marks went to Cadet Section Leader Evan Kerry Gill of Toronto. He also took three other prizes. Good House For Tropics, No Furnace PITTSBURGH f APJ-Patritk B. Winnipeg TV Goes On Air WINNIPEG (CP1 Television made a successful debut la Winnipeg last night. TU - :i at; A rr Hart, tryisi to rent a three-storey " slau""' home, told police his prospective o1""! Zint cn, th tenant lost interest reached the basement Police, or Hart for that matter, hardly blamed the man. There was no furnace in the house. Neighbors reported they saw two men taking the furnace out of the house last Wetiuesday and Thursday. They said Uiey didn't report the matter because the men appeared to be honst workmen, putting in a full eight-hour day and taking time out for lunch. Flies To London LONDON (API The Queen flew back to London from her country home at Balmoral, Scot- lanu, wnere sne naa Deen rest-1 ness. ing since returning from her! owners, the CBC, reported there were "no hitches" during the three-hour transmission, Operating , on channel four with an output of about 60,000 watts, CBWT was serving an approximate 80-mile radius area. " From Grafton, N.D., 128 miles south, a resident telephoned he was receiving Winnipeg "loud and clear." In the city, reaction of viewers was mixed, CBC officials, however, were more than satisfied. One said- 'Everything went off letter perfect. There, wera no hitches from start to finish which is unusual in the busi- world tour. She left immediately i sume her round of state dutiwi for Buckingham Palace to re- and visits. 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