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Friday, July 27. 1561 F?s 'n I Freeze May Mean Few Promotions As Number Of Civil Servants Drops The Ottawa Citizen ; , - J. . -' 1 Cffi . , ,r illllj 1 J. C, Prati - -ssa. 7 'f fsf , Commodore IF. M. Landymore Capt. Capt. Victor Brown Capt. Godfrey Have NAVY MAKES SEA AND SHORE APPOINTMENTS Commodore William M. Landymore of Brantford and Halifax, chief of staff to the flag officer Atlantic Coast, has been named senior Canadian officer afloat, Atlantic, flying his pennant in IIMCS Bonaventure. Other senior RCM officers taking new appointments in September include Capt. James C. Pratt of Windsor and Victoria, chief of staff to the flag officer Pacific Coast, who will succeed Commodore Landymore; Capt. Victor Browne of Ottawa and Victoria, commander second Canadian escort squadron, who will succeed Capt. Pratt, and Capt. Godfrey H. Hayes of Winnipeg and Ottawa, now serving at Naval Headquarters as director of officer personnel, who will succeed Capt. Browne. National Defence Photo Hog Cholera Unlikely To Halt U.S. Imports By Arch MacKcnzie Canadian Press Staff Writer Doubt is expressed in Ottawa that the government will slap an embargo on imported American raw pork because of the current hog cholera outbreak in central Canada. Calendar Today ' CNR War Veterans Association, annual meeting, Alexandra Hotel, all day. Canadian Guards Band Concert, Parliament Hill, 7.30 p.m. Carillon Concert, Peace Tower, 9 p.m. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Lakeside Gardens, 8.35 p.m. Saturday - Brighton Beach Aquatic Club, water circus, Brighton Beach, 10 a.m. Everyman's Canada, painting exhibition, National Gallery, all day. .' Inter-County Junior Farmers Field Day, Kemptville Agricultural School, all day. So far, compensation for more than 10,000 Ontario and Quebec hogs slaughtered in the disease-control program has cost roughly (236,000 officials said Thursday. So far, government compensation based on the current market value for each slain animal is a far cry from the $1,750,000 paid in the 1961-62 outbreak in Ontario and Quebec, when 57,-000 animals were destroyed and a severe quarantine placed on four Quebec counties. That outbreak, like the current one, was blamed on raw imported American pork being fed in garbage to Canadian hogs. It was the worst since the early 1940s, although there were others in 1947 and 1953. Thoughtjias been given in the past to an embargo comparable to the seven-year import ban, lifted early in 1960, for a different virus disease among American hogs. It was called vesicular exanthema and the import embargo was ordered because the disease was difficult to diagnose and handle generally. E HrH 1.1 n a Vm-nl4lll null lnnll.,i 6ti.u "Ottawa's Select Furniture and Appliance Store" BANK AT LAURIER fflUAL SALE Automatic Washers I and ESI AUTOMATIC WASHERS Deluxe Model. Mfg's Sugg. List Price 3-J9.95 Custom Deluxe, 1 only, with 1 speeds, 7 cycles. Mfg's Sugg. List Price 389.95 Deluxe model, with Soak 'n wash cycle. Mfg's Sugg. List Price 3K9.95 Custom Impcria All porcelain. Mfg's Sugg. List Price 469.95 $215 $279 $249 ver, 2 speeds, $299 $289 rinse-soak and temperature $219 with eleven wash selectors. 2 speeds. $319 Imperial model, with suds and water saver, 2 speeds, 7 cycles. Mfg's Sugg. List Price 419.95 Imperial, 2 speeds, 7 cycles. Mfg's Sugg. List Price 429.95 Deluxe, with wash selector, selector and soak cycle. Mfg's Sugg. List Price 329.95 AUTOMATIC DRYERS Deluxe model, S fabric selectors, automatic trap In door. Mfg's Sugg, List Pike 239.95 linl cycle. $169 Imperial, S fabric selector, automatic cycle, with filtrator no vent needed. C O f Mfg's Sugg. List Price 329.95 ?2v7 ' Deluxe Model, 5 fabric selector, lint trap In door. Mfg's Sugg. List Price 214.95 .... $149 Custom Imperial, with filtrator, no vent required, I fabric selector, sprinkler fill floor pedal opens fAfiA door. Mfg's Sugg. List Price 369.95 J All Frlgidire Washers and Dryer Carry Famous r'rigidaire Gusranteed Service! Convenient Budget Terms Arranged i BANK AT LAURIER CE 6-7451 Canada already limits imports of kve American hogs to a trickle of breeding stock, which has to go through 30-day quar antine. An embargo on fresh pork would be a complicated matter. Amencan porn prices nave a steadying effect on Canadian prices, and there might also be a question of reciprocal Ameri can action and general trade complications. Canada sold the U.S. $13,650,000 worth of fresh pork last year and imported $9,365,000 worth. Canada's policy for hog 'cho lera is eradication by slaughter Ownership Of Beach Questioned Nepean Council will seek a legal opinion as to just how much of the Ottawa riverfront residents in the Rocky Point area, ne Crystal Bay, own. Residents claim they own the land to the low-water line, so that all beach areas in front of their property are private. Real-estate developers in the area are not so sure. Thursday night they raised the question as to just where public roads leading to the river beach end. Reeve Aubrey Moodie said he understood the residents had purchased the beachfronts to the low-water line from a former owner for some $10,000. As a result they claim they hold the areas in front of their properties as private beaches. Council questioned whether any owner could have possession of the land to the low-water line and thus the right to sell it. They will instruct their legal advisers to search the registered titles of land in the area to determine whether or not a legal title to the beach can be claimed. Nepean, OTC To Discuss Bus Service The Ottawa Transportation Commission is seeking a meeting with Nepean Township Council to discuss the OTC's present bus service to the City View-Manordale area. The OTC claims it lost some $5,000 last year in the operation of the service to the area. But if it expects a subsidy from Nepean Township the commission may be disappointed. Council Thursday night gave only informal discussion to the matter but indicated it was not at all interested in subsidizing the OTC operation. immediate MORTGAGE MONEY available TERMS UP TO 10 YEARS NO INSPECTION CHARGE inquiries from agents and brokers solicited nd protected for fast service on Seroad MorlgxfM Interim Hlmuictof e Construe Una Financing yoi need ksSISUHCE lOmFIMHCEMP. 4U3)ma Talon Street tut Montr.il 3s. M. f -ISM while United States authorities attempt to live with the disease. By Paul M. Dunn Citizen Staff Writer Federal government employees have become members of a shrinking service, and may soon find their promotion chances stifled. The current job-freeze policy resUts in the 150,900-member Civil Service decreasing at a rate of 1,000 to 1.200 employees a month through normal "separations" (deaths, retirements and employees leaving for outside jobs.) This drop of some 10,000 a year although certain "must" categories are filled is likely to affect promotion opportunities although the Civil Service Commission reports no noticeable tightening up yet. The government's announced austerity program is aimed at cutting expenditures. To this end it has indefinitely deferred wage increases to 50,000 of its employees and initiated its tight - job policy on hiring. Promotions cost the government money. The system of applications, examinations, interviews and the like produces many promotions annually. If the government doesn't tighten up on promotions, the Civil Service could et top heavy. Another disturbing note is the fact that job vacancies deliberately kept open aren't likely to be offered to in-service juniors wh would otherwise qualify for the positions in the course of eventual promotions up the ladder. Each job vacancy is currently given dose scrutiny by the Treasury Board, a cabinet committee, and by mid-August the entire service begins its annual establishment review. This department-by-department scrutiny although conducted annually, will be a much closer and possibly more brutal review than in past years. There has been no suggestion that statutory increments will be affected by the austerity program. When will the shrinkage end? Possibly before the austerity Route Displeases Workers Civil Servants driving to work at Confederation Heights are unhappy with the prohibition of left turns from the Bronson Avenue Bridge onto Riverside Drive. With the opening of the new Riverside Drive bridge over the CPR railway west of Bronson Avenue, motorists had hoped the straight route to work would lessen driving time. Now they find the long way around, via the Walkley Road, is still the only way. program is lifted as the government may find itself water logged in oceans of paperwork piling up on vacant desks. City Employees Embarrassed Bv CS Pav Freeze Deferment of Civil Service salary increases has put two groups of Ottawa civic employees in a somewhat difficult position. Settlement of new wage agreements between the city and the Ottawa Municipal Services Association and the Civic Institute of Professional Personnel, has been held up for months because of the groups' desire to see what Civil Servants got in the way of pay boosts. Thursday negotiations resumed between the OMSA and thu city. S09Hfb ( C ATTTTrjrrfl A O ) L A.M. 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Eaton's Sale each i .00 1 .55 Also Short Sleeve Polo Shirts kjetfr Smm tf ' Men's Dress Slacks Blended rayon . . . tropical and regular weight, 4 regular pockets in colours of Med. Grey, Olive, Charcoal and Beige. Sizes 30 to 44. Eaton's Sale each 5-99 Telephone and Mail Orders Accepted Tel. CE 2 9121 or CE 6-7561 10 Order Takers to Assist You a j ji jL Mi I - mow, WM i Limited Quantity Summer Clearance Save 25 On Quality Golf Clubs Steel shafted matched woods, matching irons, and putters . . . Solidly constructed with hardwood persimmon head and white plastic inserts in face, protective steel sole plate . . . tru-tempered steel shafts are chromium plated . . . No-slip perforated calfskin grips. Woods 1 to 4 . . . Irons 2 to 9. Woods, Reg. 13.95 A Q Irons, Reg. 9.95 "T AT Eaton's Sale each .... iX Eaton's Sale each - g VIKING "Variable Heat" DRYER Trade-Ins Accepted on Major Appliances Down Payment j - - - Eaton's ! 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