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The Citizen, Ottawa, Saturday, Sept. 17, 1983, Page 45 Entertainment By Stuart Bykofsky Knighl-Riddw Naw ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. That handsome, athletic man running along the Atlantic City shoreline board walk is too each morning this week was Gary Collins, jogging addict do it in airports, hotels, wherever I host of Group Ws syndicated Hour Magazine, and the master of ceremonies for the Miss America Pageant The pageant will be telecast tonight (Channels 6, 7 and 8R at 10 p.m.) and is expected to attract its customary large audi ence. The show that is as American as, well, Miss America herself, generally finishes among the year's Top Ten specials. To mark the 25th anniversary of Gillette sponsorship, the pag eant is inviting back the last 23 Miss Americas, starting with Mary Ann Mobley, Miss America of 1959.
This featured assembly of a quarter-century of Miss Americas will consume the time usually put aside for a guest star. It's a nice coincidence for Collins that Mobley has been Mrs. Gary Collins for the past 16 years. Other familiar Miss Americas of the past-scheduled to be on hand include: sportscaster Phyllis George and Tawny-Schneider, the bride of The Dukes of Hazzard co-star John Schcnider. Collins set to greet new Miss America United We Stand! .1 1 1 1 i i i i i -i i a -t i A 1 1 1 SUSSEX DRIVE, 0 r.it nf J.
Villecf OTTAWA, ONTARIO KIN 5A1 (613) 563-3371 9m ToM JjwIL Scatter Adufa 60 Register Now For Fall Programmes Let's givo the United Way! H940 Pedestrian Promenades If you are interested in participating in the development and operation of pedestrian promenades within Ottawa, then the City needs you on its Promenade Authority committee. Your responsibilities will range from recommendations on how to better maintain, control and manage the City's pedestrian promenades to the preparation of budget estimates. If you wish to serve on this committee, live or own property in the City of Ottawa, send pertinent data and experience to: Elaine Fleury Department of the City Clerk City Hall, 1 1 1 Sussex Drive, Ottawa K1N5A1 before Friday, September 30. Note that applications may be viewed after appointments have been made, and that participation costs, such as taxis, babysitting, will be reimbursed by the Citv. 11936 The Ottawa Municipal Skating will conduct instructional classes in: Dynamic Skating (boys and girls 8-13 years) Basic Figure Skating (N.S.T.
programmes) Learn to Skate (all ages) Power Skating 5-8 years Adult Noon hour skate Moms and Tots Ice Dancing (all ages) INFORMATION: 563-3222 1 1904 Interest Courses Bridge Chinese Cooking Flower Making Investment Counselling Japanese Silk Ribbon Flowers Needle Work Oil Painting Pottery Special Events Craft Sale Dances Fashion Show Flea Market Physical Fitness Aquabics Ballroom Dancing Bowling Chair Exercises Elderobics Fitness is Fun Healthcare Jazz Exercise Margaret Morris Movement Swimming Square Dancing Walking Clubs Excursions Apple Picking Fall Leaves Tour Rideau Carleton Raceway Swimming Shopping CALL 722-7552 or visit our central registration office at 1064 Wellington St. between 9:30 a.m. p.m. and 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. MS Hunt ClubRiverside Community Centre 3220 Paul Anka Drive Saturday, Sept.
24, 1:30 p.m. All citizens of Ottawa are invited to join us for the Opening Ceremonies to be followed by a tour of the facilities. Festivities will be held all day and wrap up with a community dance in the evening. :1855 Clifford Bowey Pool 1300 Kitchener Ave. off Bank St.
South Watch for it! Eastern Ontario's first leisure facility is nearly ready. A comfortable and relaxing atmosphere with sauna, whirlpool, tarzan rope, canteen, patios and barbecues awaits you. We welcome all to come and experience our lessons, open adult and teen swims along with birthday party and pool rentals. INFORMATION: Clifford Bowey Pool 731-8293 City Hall-Aquatics 563-3467 11903 Discover in our 3-day backpacking trip the grandeur and beauty of the High Peaks Region in the Adirondack State Park. Each adult participant must attend two evening lectures introducing backpacking, camp organization, clothing, equipment requirements, safety precautions and menu planning.
Lectures will be held on October 3rd and 5th followed by the weekend trek on October 8th, 9th, and 10th. Cost: $50.00 per participant Register: September 19th to 23rd 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Recreation Branch City Hall 111 Sussex Drive Ottawa Information: Outdoor Recreation (725-9030) This programme is offered in English and French. AV.W i a a a a a a CLOSURE OF OLD HURDMAN'S BRIDGE Due to the deteriorated conditions of the structure, the old Hurdman's Bridge located immediately north of the Queen sway and crossing the Rideau River, was closed indefinitely to all traffic, including bicyclists and pedestrians effective September 7.
1983. Pedestrians and bicyclists wishing to cross the Rtdeau River near this location are advised to use the pedestrian crossing located immediately south of the Queens-way. The old Hurdman's Bridge was built in 1905-06 and is one of the oldest bridges in the City of Ottawa. C. 8im, Commission of Physical Environment 11979 5 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Tuesday, September 20 OTTAWA PLANNING COMMITTEE 9:00 a.m.
Meeting Room 'A' City Hall ITEMS: Site Plan Control Applications 407 Smyth Road 'O-CfM 43-45 Richmond Road (Revised) 2269 Riverside Dnve (Revised) 171-181 Bank Street (Revised) iPif 1229 Waikley Road 428 Gilmour Street 3193 Riverside Drive (Revised) 416 Lewis Street 1182 Ohio and 1386-1388 Bank 220 Tapiola Cr. 713 Somerset St. West': i.sOAfi 2429-2431 Bank St. Demolition Control Applications 52-54 Crichton Street 107 Hamilton Avenue Condominium Application 416 Lewis Street Naming of Private Roadways and Numbering of Buildings Along the Roadways Presland II Doane Street "-i'ffh Application to Validate Title 26E5 PriciMa Street 1983-84 Operation of the Anne' Heggtveit Ski Facility Income Tax Incentives for Heritage Buildings Elmdale Tennis Club Proposed Improvements LOCAL ARCHITECTURAL CONSERVATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE 6:00 p.m. Meeting Room 'B' City Hall Heritage Grant Application for 73-75 MacKay Street Heritage Grant Application for the restoration, of St Alban the Martyr Church.
125 Daly Avenue Wednesday, September 21 PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE 9:00 a.m. Meeting Room 'B' City Hall DISABLED CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE 12:00 NOON Meeting Room 'A' City Hall Thursday, September 22 ENERGY ADVISORY COMMITTEE 5:30 p.m. ERS Meeting Room Cmt 563-3333 to confirm rums and agvndu. E13 EL3 EE E1E E13 0 3 Art in Public Places 3 p5 If you are interested in participating in the de- LJ velopment of the visual and aesthetic environ- ImJ f-1 ment for Ottawa, and in encouraging local art- I ists in creating art for public places, then the JJ City needs you on its advisory committee for art FZZ I "I in public places. Your responsibilities will range from the devel- 11 opment of an encompassing Art Policy to the I selection of artists or works of art.
I yu wish to serve on this committee, live or In L-J own property in the City of Ottawa, forward fl pertinent data and experience to: ZZJ Elaine Fleury I I CI Department of the City Clerk CJ City Hall Lj) 111 Sussex Drive UJ Ottawa KIN 5A1 lJ before Monday, September 26 Tl Note that all applications may be viewed after I 5J appointments have been made, and that partici- I mm nation costs, such as taxis, babysitting, will In LJ be reimbursed by the City. BIS EIH B13 BIS BIS Mayor's Proclamations Marion Dewar, Mayor of Ottawa, do hereby declare the following proclamations on the dates indicated and urge the citizens of Ottawa to partake in the activities planned for these worthwhile occasions: September 18 Legion Day Citizens of Ottawa are urged to note the Royal Canadian Legion's assistance to war veterans in our community for over 50 years, and support generously its volunteer services. September 19-24 Women and Finance Week Today's women are emerging as important contributors to the well-being of our society. In acknowledgement of women's right to economic equality, activities have been planned by the Ottawa Women's Credit Union to celebrate its third anniversary. September 23 "Take back the night" Support Ottawa women in their march for safer streets this Friday and show your concern for a City that is safe for all day and night.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 Ottawa Planning Committee Meeting Room City Hall The following zoning matters will be considered: Application to amend By-Law Number AZ-64 from to permit an employee's parking area at 9-11 Anderson Street. Information: K. Morris, 563-3193 Report on the New Edinburgh Land Use Study A. Amendments to By-law Number AZ-64: for the area generally bounded by Thomas Street to the west, MacKay Street to the north, Rideau River to the south, and Dufferin Road to the east from R4 to HR-1-x. for the area generally bounded by Dufferin Road to the west, Rideau Terrace to the north, Springfield Road to the east, and Taylor Lane to the south from R4 to R4-x.
for the area generally bounded by Dufferin Road to the west, Rideau River to the south, Vaughan Street to the east, and Bertrand Street and Taylor Lane to the north from to R5-x. B. Site Development Guidlines. Heritage Recommendations. D.
Other recommendations concerning Design Committee jurisdiction, Demolition Control, etc. Information: A. Mhatre, 563-3000 10965 County- leacnTmdaWe on ornaau Mayor The SpayNeuter Clinic dog spay $34.50 dog neuter $29.00 cat spay $28.00 cat neuter $16.00 (V i asm DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT The following City Tender is available from the Physical Environment Department office (1355 Bank Engineering Surveys 5th floor) or the Supply Division, City Hall. Room 305, 111 Sussex Drive, and will be received by the Director of Supply up to 10 00 a.m. September 29, 1983 and will be opened the same day for the following contract: CONTRACT 83-58 Construction of Storm Sewer and Sanitary Sewer Repairs on Bank St.
from Echo Dr. to Riverdale dog tattoo $5.00 (with surgery only) Prices include vaccination and related care. Surcharges: dogs over 60 pounds ($101. out-of-city residents ($5 for females. S2.50 for mates).
Free service available to warfare recipients, low-income persons living in public housing, or persons receiving subsidized day care or old age pension supplement, residing in the Ctty of Ottawa. Information and appointments 722-4264 (Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p-m.) 95 Bayriew Rd. Street DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE SUPPLY BRANCH The following quotations are available from the office of the Director of Supply, Room 305, City Hall, 1 1 1 Sussex Drive, Ottawa, and are due on the following dates: IN THE MATTER OF the Ontario Heritage Act. R.S.O.
1980, c. 337; AMD IN THE MATTER OF the lands and premises known municipally aa 47-61 Murray Street (Martineau Hotel) and 278 Charlotte Street in tbe City of Ottawa, In tbe Province of Ontario. NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that the Council of The Corporation of the City of Ottawa on the 7th day of September, 1983. consented to applications to alter the properties known municipally aa 47-61 Murray Street (Martineau Hotel) and 878 Charlotte Street la the City of Ottawa, pursuant to tbe provisions of tbe Ontario Hsritat Act. R8 O.
1980. c. 837. Tbe details of the alterations may be obtained at tbe Office of the City Clerk. DATED at Ottawa this 15th day of September.
1983. EVELYNE H. COOPER, City Clerk 19 THE MATTER OF the Ontario Heritage Act. 1980. 337; AND IN THE MATTER OF tbe lands and premises known municipally as 1 Daly Avenue and S9-43 Nicholas Street (Aibioa Motor Hotel) i tbe City of Ottawa, la the Pitwlaos of Ontario.
NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that the CoucU The Corporataoa of the City of Ottawa oa tbe Tt day of Oeptaartiei, 19SS. refased aa appbeatioa to dfoHsh the bafldinaa ad etiactaiea aa the propel tj known acaaieipally as 1 Daiy A venae and 99-43 Hlrhnlis Street (Aibioa Motor Hotel) in the Ctty of Ottawa, avaaaat to the pioiadnaw of tbe Oatarie Heritage Act, aad prohibited aay work to desmiBsai ar linn aay fcafldias; er stractara ea tbe ptupeitj far a period sf 180 days from tbs est of Ha deraaoa- DATED a Ottawa Una istfe day ef Sptosber. 198S. ETELTNE H. COOPER.
City Clerk Monday, Sept 26 Supply install chain link fence (approx. 212 m) at Kurdman Pumping Station. To provide labour, equipment material for playground renovations at Pinecrest Park. Friday, SapL 23 Supply of Cargo Van as per specification Supply of Tulip Bulbs as specified Wadrwaday, Sept. 28 To supply a "PH Continuous Analyzer" The Council of The Corporation of the City of Ottawa proposes to pass a by-law to change the name of the following street: PrManl Nam Now Nam Portion of Bavlia Avaniw Placa Talback Placa Pursuant to By-law 17-79 of the Corporation of the City of Ottawa, the Street Name Change Committee will hold a Hearing ON THE 8th DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1983 AT 9:00 O'CLOCK in the forenoon, 2nd FLOOR, City Hall, Meeting Room to hear persons who claim that heshe wiH be adversely affected and who apply to be heard.
Any person who applies to be heard should fie fVsher application with stated reasons, with the Community Development Department, 7th Poor, City Han. 111 Sussex Drive, Ottawa, Ontario, K1N 5A1 on or before FRIDAY. OCTOBER 14th, 1983. The Street Name Change Committee wiH proceed even if the persons filing do not attend and no further notice wiH be given. City Clerk For further information, please contact Diane Cote, Contract Administrator, at 563-3131.
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