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August 14, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 2

Ottawa, Canada
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Friday, August 14, 1964
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r- : i r- ,1 ( WHO FIMD FIRST SHOT? ::&W&$CJ Swedes Rap UIS. R epo iririg .' Stockholmt-Tidningen, which often reflects Swedish" government, viewav has trl'telzed for-etaa new tfeocies tor their re ports a the origin or she. Gulf of.Icmkta emit between 'the VS. and Communist North Viet Nam. - -v - An editorial says: - "Th, question of-, who fired Bargain. Priced Homes Snapped Up - - . .; . r rsonipr n rrov su on the objectivity of -our news ssedia In crUes '-'this type. This is not the first -time that our aewt sources,, ffelch are chiefly of American or BrlUeh origin, ha ve ' risked- misleading the Swedish press. "It can now be seen that the first, simple version was not correct. The allegedly objective newt agencies in the- United States reported Jhat 'American destroyers were '. attacked oo two occasions . by ; Communist PT fpatrol-torpedo) boats without any provocation whatever. "This made the situation ap parently clear to many editor ial, f rlters ln tha other coun tries ory, the .West, including was a t Communist . W seven of 1st two- wl threeU?".: . bedroom hornet offered for sale at bargain prices In this community. U miles north of Pe terborough, have been sold. Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation official said Xburs- -alay. , ,. .j .. : - The sale." lin -which two bed' room hornet sold for M.2S0 and , three . bedroom homes lot H -M bu brought new life to the town, threatened recently with becoming ghost town when ..four nearby uranium . mines Moat of thV buyers 6lvAm tight year . old nouses are re- . tired couplet or persons near- 'ntg retirement. . '-K The main townstte, compris- : big 200 homes, was started in 'JMH by mining company under a special National . Housing Act loan at a cost of about ill.- WO a salt. . Buyer have come from Winnipeg, Montreal, Ottawa -and Toronto.' i 'journal -Want Ada bring . quick resulti ' '"' tW wVeaiie "hm M Bank Street VOtS BOVfttl ... Meata s rrMay. t aja. t I ; tuartar, t eaa. to I rm. Tonkin Gulf throws a spotlight its t-rtAiMucs But, the editorial added "As far as can now be Judged, partly on the basis of new American statements and partly after comparison with Commu nist sources, one geU a somewhat different picture of the sit uation ":- ;" t. ' "Even if U Is true at Presi dent Johnson stated that there wat no American provocation, H was clear that on the North Vietnamese tide ' they thought there had been. - . ' . "It was South Vietnamese tor pedo . boats that attacked North Vietnamese Island, at the tame time as an American de stroyer showed p in the area. possibl without , Jtnowiottge., of the South Vietnamese attack. "The North Vietnamese ves sels,- d e f e n d I a I thetn4tres against tha . South -Vietnamese, suddenly came upon the Amer ican destroyer and thought it the attack The editorial continued.' ,. ap media i ' " RAPS MEDIA "Nevertheless, our news me dia like those of the other Western countries .(with the possible exception of : the, French re acted, at least at first, by un critically swallowing the official American version of the course of events, while either not no ticing any other version at- all or dismissing It at Communist propaganda.' . It is as obvious now as it wat before that one cannot rely on Communist sources. - and Open Monday to Friday 8 a.m.' to 5.30 p.m. , -(.,, -Closed Saturday During August . atn 'fV CVV J.n-!;'i.n7T. "5 I t .W. A. stANKIN UMrrED ' 410 Bank Sret Phont 236-4571 - Of VietNam Sea Battle STOCKHOLM (keuters) The .first in Ui sea battles in 'moreover1 'tKs-Vommonist- MClal Democratic newspaper port were- my sparse. - "But It should be more obvious after rthit Incident and after the experience of the Cuba crisis. If not belore. that one cannot rely on Amerlaan, news agencies either W v '-.v "It now teems likely th'ar ail the shooting was a mistake ex cept the South Vietnamese at tack which was deliberate, x Court Hews ADMITS CAR THEFT David Wayne Scott, 19. of 811 -Merivale Road was fined $2 or given the alternative of Ave days In Jail after pleading guilty In tastviuw Magistrate a Court, to theft: of gas from t National Grocers' Limited truck in Eastvlew. . , , . . CONVICT YOUTH Donald Beland. 16, of 13 St. Henri Street. Hull. ' wat sentenced to IS months in Ontario Reformatory in' Ottawa Magistrate's Court after be was convicted Thursday of assault with intent to commit an indictable offence.'' ' . '' ' Evidence of witnesses and police showed Beland exposed himself . before. grabbing, a young gir around the neck and dragging her down a railway embankment. Her screams caused the accused to flee. Defence counsel toldithe court Beland'l behavior changed about eight months ago after tha youth suffered con cussion In an accident in sports. Magistrate Sherwood recommended psychiatric treatment. Clark Mouaseau. 21, 393 Marie Gorettl Circle, Eastview; was fined $23 and court costs Thursday for assaulting East- view fireman Gerald Harrison. July 21,..-; .- v.. , Harrison said he reprimanded Mousseau ' when , the accused stopped hit car. at a atop tight1 in front of the fire station. -. The complainant aaid he warned Mouaseau "not to drive; like a cowboy."'- Magistrate Harry Williams ruled there wat not enough provocation for Mousseau to get out of . hit car, crow the street and punch the firemen I in tha mouth. 8ia aUtchaa -were required to dose the cut. , BANK STATEMENT Government of. Canada de posits dacreaaed SU.U3,000 to SS0.S40.0OS In the week ended Aug. 12, the Bank of, Canada reported In Its weekly financial statement. Chartered bank de posits increased S1I45,000 to S8934.000 and notes in circula tkm increased SJ.3)3.000 to S2JSt.2tt.tM.' ' ' ' 'ALUDiaUEa. SIDING WITH 15-YEAR WARRANTY sr.' ( mw? .. jt- .!U' " l hi ej FHO.E 69Z-J3I3 ' t ' MANOTICK .1 v. c; it ONLY i sq. ft . INSTALLED WITH . BACKER BOARD INSULATION IF YOtt CAN AFFORD PAINT . - u. f ' . YOU CAN AFFORD ALUM I WALL LAP SIDING t i ; f ' ;; .'; Paint Is rolled on Aktdlted aluminum, and baked in heat controlled i" n, to prevent cracking, chipping, peeling or Baking. . su?hei:e QUJiun 1t4" Ss-alssa Cacr 39.95 INSTALLED Wl Sltrttf -' FnHf WMwntrlp"t4 1 9.95 INSTALLED Rial4 Vtavl (iMad htmH , , Driflt aW laMts II, L mm and son f Vv-THE OTTAWA JOURNAL L. cr:Er JiTvvp Joi4vGafJeron'U'SfaffI Twfl new faculty ;4pfant-i from tM UAvemtty ol ments to Carleton University department of history were announced today by President Davidson Duntqn. They are; Dr. H. Blair Neatby. asaociate professor, and Dr. Peter John King, assistant professor. " Dr. Neaby comet to Carlaton i ritlsh Columbia, where 'he hat been an associate professor', of history since 1962. . ---. 1 Dp, King, a native of Coventry, England.' has been a lecturer in American history at the University of St. Andrews,' Scotland; since 1961 : t ' 1 :-ksg-. J . : 1 ... i TREASURY WUI" Government ill-day . Veatury bills told Ihisweek SlN,OO0.fOO or an average price ana yteta of SM.037 and 1.82 per cent (last week JW.07J and J.75 per cent). 181-day bllUf 30,000.000. average price and yield J98.0M and 3.M per cent (last week i98.09 and l.U per cent). '. . Cs : Children's Shoes l 1 IV 1' BLANKETS For home, camp or cot- ' uge. Made from a cozy , blend of wool and rayon. ,. Finished with strongly k whiooed ends. 60" x 84".. i EATON'S Clearance i rice, each . 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GrcatIy:Caibo BHIAl'ie,, Solid '. foam rubber covered with a fine quality snow-white , cotton ering with zippered and. EATON'S Clearance price. each" ' i 25-99 .97. .88 Sites i 20 in the roup.1' ' -'.. ar . VLia ,-iVrt,' sj,' i ' -''" " ' ' j v -'ci.SV .. . FLAIinSLETTE DLANKETS Sturdy quality softly napped flannelette. Creamy white with rose or blue borders. 66" x ioo". : Z'.iyf':.iri EATON'S ' i.f r f3 ; M.. clearance price, ! ' pair a . 19 t ; ; '!" : FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1964 Poultry Group Picks Comrnjtttv v?jl . Carleton County poultry, pro-1 and duoeri named thres members to the new Egg ' and Fowl Producers' Marketing" Board tt a Thursday evening meeting, "r.." j . Th'y are; Maurice McCallum, RR 2, Carp;. Mrs. Harold Davidson, R.R. X ManoUck.l Included - in the group . are SHORTS, SLIMS, BLOUSES, JACKETS AND BATHING SUITS. Regular 3-99 to 29.99. EATON'S Clearance price, each ilGitlsLand Teens' . DRESSES tan VaVs -W t. a I 1 ' f X .-.', i Mm il. L Macartney. Ramsayvillt. V",',',;:j Tha committee will : wtet with other county committlet In September to nam a' delegate' to participate at the Cgg and Fowl Producers' Marketing Board in Toronto. . - ar J u- m?1 a, a -w r OPEN TO-NIGHT UNTIL 9 P.M. Clearance r Clearance ; " of All Summer SPORTSWEAR 1 a - Maf r .at- wmwmm X tQ IsiW a. V U U , off All Summer; dresses; T , 8 J . . ' aaaVtk. MM m aaktaai . i: ... V31U-2UII In the group are Cottons, Arheia, one and two-piece outfits In pastel . and plain shades.. Sizes 10 to 20, it 16 li. to 22 ttf; Regular 59.99. Clearance price each :- 3,-99 to 3.9-99 -S.S9 to 39-?? . .4 .- & . 33SU ' ' f 7. ' 1 ' ' ' t' I ' toried ttyles and colourt in a)a : f ' " I I 8 10 ,4- Reul,r ,M , a ' ' ' ii I' 3 VVv r r "I -r. i I ral At : aaj p "vV . ' lieVe'2eW...-v'' : -' y : Vt " : , 1 v x i - - - i- - - - : k ; X M W aBaaaajHaiaatBssMaaaaaaaaWas . i .ladies :J .IXottmPlaicfi: House DRESSES -1 t4 Colourt of . blue- or pink pjaid in sizes ,14 to 20 in the group. 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