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The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada • Page 49

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The Citizen, Ottawa, Friday, July 8, 1983, Page 49 Benefactor of mentally retarded recognized after 18 years' wait and priorities were time to donate to the ed for anonymity. she'd have a hard different," said Loeb. mentally retarded "I decided if Char- time tracking down So when it came association, Loeb opt- lotte was still mayor, the donor," he said. It took Bertram with two conditions first time at a dedication ceremony Thurs cational Training. Hospital in 1965.

He "Why did we wait said the hospital do-15 years," Loeb asked nation was to build a the audience Thurs- medical research cen-day. "Because you tre in memory of his never underestimate parents. Charlotte's staying But Whitton inter-power." vened, and redirected the money to Carleton Loeb explained he University, asked for anonymity in those years, as after he and his in these years, we had brothers tried to give a female mayor, but $500,000 to the Civic let me say their styles Loeb nearly 18 years attached, before he admitted First, the money donating $250,000 to was to be used to ena- a worthv cause. ble mentally retarded day, when a training centre for the mental ly retarded, which has And it's all because adults to learn to help been open since 1966, df- former Ottawa themselves and, sec- was finally given a mayor Charlotte ond, the donor was to Whitton. remain anonymous for In 1966, Loeb gave at least 15 years, the money to the The donor, the Ber- Ottawa and District tram Loeb Foundation Association for the of Ottawa, was recog- Mentally Retarded nized publicly for the proper name.

The centre on Donald Street, which offers basic vocational training to retarded adults, was named the Loeb Centre for Vo 7 1 k- i 1 I I Gutaouais doctors accept new contract In essence the 'designer diamond' ring collection is exceptional in value, aside from beautiful design and quality these rings are priced for you I Come In and see us, We'd love to help you. Priced 585.00 to 4,500.00. had to be realistic. We needed an agreement as soon as possible and the (economic) situation in Quebec is not particularly rich." Chagnon said the agreement gives the doctors "very minor" changes in non-monetary clauses. Several issues still have to be negotiated and both sides will continue to meet to discuss them, he said.

One issue to be settled before September is pay scales to doctors working on emergency service in small hospitals, said Chagnon. These doctors are paid for each patient they treat. r. i Quebec's 5,000 general practitioners is due July 19. About 50 doctors voted in Hull, said Dr.

Jean-Claude Chagnon, president of the 185-member Association of General Practitioners of West Quebec. The agreement, retroactive to June 1, gives the doctors an 11-per-cent increase in gross income over the next two years. The average doctors' income before expenses would increase to $96,799 the first year and $101,909 the second. However, doctors say 35 to 40 per cent of the income goes for expenses such as staff and rent. Chagnon said, "We By Ingrid Peritz Citizen staff writer Outaouais general practitioners voted ihree to one Thursday night to accept a contract agreement with the provincial government.

i Votes were held across Quebec Thursday and will continue over the next few weeks. A final province-wide tally for HOWARD Manufacturing Jewellers Ltd. The Howard Bldg. 200 Sparks St. Store Sat.

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217 each 1 By Chris Hall Citizen staff writer A 22-year-old Ottawa man Charged with unlawfully entering a Booth Street residence and indecently assaulting a 14-year-old boy testified Thursday he was so intoxicated he thought he was in his own home. Robert Rei 11, formerly of Somerset Street West near Percy Street, was charged July 6, 1982, after the boy awakened his parents and told them he had been fondled by a man who was in his bedroom. The boy previously testified he was awakened by the smell of alcohol and found Reill lying on the mattress next to him. i Reill seemed "half awake," he said, and began caressing him. When that happened, the boy Said he got up and went to his parents' bedroom.

"I didn't want to get up and $tart screaming, so I just sort of calmly got up and pretended I was going to the bathroom and I flicked on the lights and then I went to my parents' room." The boy's stepfather testified Reill seemed "pretty shaky" and disoriented and kept repeating that he was going to be late for work. The boy's mother told provincial court Judge Jean-Marie Bordeleau the accused man was staggering and couldn't walk or talk properly. Reill, testifying in his own defence, said he was walking home from a Hull nightclub where he Had been smoking hashish and drinking double rums. Reill, who is a homosexual, said he went to the club with his roommates, and didn't remember leaving alone to walk home after the bar closed at 3:30 a.m. When he reached Booth Street, Reill said he recalled trying a row of doors before entering.

He said he thought the house was his because it had a staircase similar to the one in his home. His didn't recall entering any of the bedrooms or having touched the teenager. "My predominating thought was that I had to be at work at 1 1 a.m. the next day," he said. The Booth Street residence is about four blocks from his home.

Under cross-examination by Crown prosecutor Alan Macleod, Reill said he had never had physical relationships with boys and now drinks "very rarely" because of the incident. Psychiatrist Shirley Brath-waite, who examined Reill after the incident, said psychological tests showed no indication he was interested in young males. "He certainly indicated he didn't think much of people who had sexual relations with either young boys or young girls and he was very distressed to be charged with such an offence." She also said it was possible Reill was sufficiently intoxicated for his judgment to be cloudy and for him not to recognize he was in the wrong house. Bordeleau asked Macleod and defence lawyer Murray Ages to submit their final arguments in writing rather than orally because of the "interesting" facts of the case. Ages, who is to submit his argument Aug.

10, said he plans to argue his client had no way of knowing the boy was not consenting to his advances because he simply walked away without protesting. Ages added he didn't think Reill's drunken state was a defence to the charge of indecent assault. Bordeleau said he will set a date for his decision Sept. 7. each 'Squibb' "Angle" Toothbrushes FINAL NET HAIRSPRAY Scented or uns-cented.

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