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1 n S.iV, VI..' Fleeing Susp ;; mmA ma CONVENE! ADMIRES EXHIBITS ''Mr. W. A. Symington, flower exhibit convener at the Arnprior Fair, admires- one of tin many colorful floral bouquets now on display at the fair. mm . - I iect Shot by Police CORNWALL (Special) A Cornwall police detective shot a :' was in the thigh her Thursday . as the man fled from the Pitt rStreet police station where he j -.was being questioned. "' -, ' -Maurice Quesnel, 30, of no . fixed address, was taken to ,.: Hotel Dieu Hospital where his 't : . ' : : ; j j Parliament t - At a Glance A By THE CANADIAN PRESS THURSDAY! Aug. II, 1M4 CrediUst Leader Caetiette .'i told the Commons his party f tn future will attempt to block f all bills ; originating in the 1 Senata.vi;l;;( fK,. . " I An almost unbroken line of ' Conservative speakers cdntln- tied to dominate the flag de? 's bate, attacking the govern. i - ment's proposed design, j.,'; Liberal, MPs refused .to 4e-grant the: necessary unanl-j: i mouf consent tp individual '.Conservatives requesting ad- ' j . . . L : . : f..UllKIWI SpVKinj UIIIO. Reds Name Siller L vincent Dreuia (L -.A'rgen- f-Acting Manager J teuil Deux . Mnnlagnes); first Liberal to enter the re-Hsumed debate, said the Red Ensign Ik1 a symbol of Eng-"land's former domination of T"Xanada, ,, ... pi iRoyat assent followed Sen- "ais passage of the new tax-''"sharing bill Tinder which the --provinces ;il r t t a a 'i .'greater slice of .personal ln-' come tax revenues. "' , Lfridav, Aug. H Tf The Com mens . meets at -jylfcJO a.m. to .debate Imml w lgration -department spending astimates. The Senate Is ad- jrt'Jjourned to Sept. 1J. , .:. condition Is described as "not serious." s - ' Police said they picked up Quesnel-after a man tried -to ell a 1964 car with Vancouver licence plates for only $1,500. ' OPP Constable Maurice Vil-leneuve overheard a conversation in the Royal Hotel, thought the price was too low, and called Cornwall police., . . Detective Maurice Allaire picked up the man for questioning. ' . ,-,f'.- ' ' It was later 'confirmed the car was missing from .Vancouver rental agency, police said. ., '""''-v In the middle of questioning in the police station, Quesnel bolted out the door.-. , i He was followed by Detective Allaire who-fired two warning shots. When the fleeing man failed to stop the detective shot him in the right thigh. ; Quesnel has ' been charged with escaping custody and vagrancy and Is under guard in Hotel Dieu Hospital. , ; NASHVILLE. Term. (UPI) Cincinnati Reds' coach Dick Siller of Nashville, named acting team manager Thursday, comes from a baseball family. George Sister, father of the veteran baseball player,- was a St. Louis Browns player and is s member of the Baseball Hall of Fame. '" The younger Sister will be acting manager when (he Reds visit Houston, San Francisco and Los Angeles as mansger Fred' Hutchinson, undergoing treatment for . csncer, was granted leave of absence during the road trip. . Turkey Deaths Baffle Scientists YORKTON.' Sast (CPV-Re- search laboratories Si Regina, Saskatoon, Winnipeg,; Guelph and Charles City, Iowa, are at templing to discover why Sam Buckle's turkeys are dying. Thursday Mr. Buckle's flock,! already reduced to lea than 6,000 birds from a total of 16,- 000 four weeks ago, was listless .and ragged. Some walked about their : enclosure . while others Just sat .' "?' '"Those that ara down today will be dead tomorrow," Mr. Buckle's son Raymond said. Samples of water, - feed and toil and birds dead, alive, sick snd well have been sent to laboratories in ths five cities for analysis. So far. there has been no word on what is causing the deaths. , Mr. Buckle estimates hfs loss so far at $30,000. - ' . ! Her said Thursday that to prevent further deaths he moved his birds to a new enclosure and changed the rations."' ' . -. .-''. ' , . The birds continued dying at the rata of SO to ISO a day. A the peak of the mysterious malady, the death rata was 1.3O0 a day. - - : More than $4,000 has been spent on medication. .- ' York ton, 120 miles northeast of Regina, Is a major turkey-producing centre. ,. .' Ottawa, Area Deaths ! MRi MINA ,K EYE S. widow of William Keyes, Westmeath. ' .i . Z! MRS. JACK GRIFFIN, 54, 56 victoria Street, Arnprior. MRS. x ISABELLA LOCK-HART, Widow of. James R. Lockhart, Renfrew. I - J : x'f aea. .ARNPftlOR (Special) The .drought could not have affected the immediate Arnprior area too muck. - , , "' ... " ' ' " , There i corn 1 feet high on ; exhibit in the maia Agricultural Society building and the grain and vegetable display to the. best in the history of the Arnprior Fair, says past president Ira Smith, v . The I9M edition of the Arn prior Fall Fair got under way I . y K 'O- LI- ,'irA T', : Thursday and deenit threaten. Sftff : Z&AtiC? Mn, weather e.rl,l the r .'iffi'.'J nit Wr-- fL; If I J'ning. the show drew, iu usual 4$ttJ'7?f-S&'J VVi f l I fair attendance for opening day.- Wfif r. StJ?A.f StN ;' ? I J (: Mr. Smith who is also chair--T;1T ewV il v"IV J rVfl ' , t man of the horse exhibits, said -,- hiyf .1.1 M "V- j V . - v - that all stable space will be f ," V' W"t ' V' I JirVi ' filled and he looks forward to ' lT fA I ' '. f AJ j fA -tmt of the finest horse, stow MtbiL- km in many year. .", The main hall was completely filled Thursday night. Floral displays were excellent and the ;home department exhibits were unusually good. ' '.The midway barken were hard at it and Bernard Entertainments have a good show on the grounds. Harness racing will 'leamre Friday sad Saturday afternoons. Junior 4-H Clubs will iJoumal Ftwto by Dominkw Wide) participate and iudging in . the -. a'' '.'.'-i.' ''.-' A SURE WINNER .-r'p; .j 2 Jn the opinion of Diane Early, 12, le ft, and her sister, Brenda. 10, they've found a sura winner with the exhibitor's honey.. The girls were making their taste tests , at the Arnprior Fair, which continues toda y and Saturday. " ' , Jiml Phot by Domlnioa Wide) IN CORNWALL various horse and cattle classes '. will continue - through Friday and Saturday.' . ., , Judging in the handicrafts, both senior and Junior, and the borne department was completed Thursday night. -- Big winners were Mrs. James J; O'Connor of" Renfrew; Mrs. Mervyn I Miller, .Glasgow Station; Minnie James, Almonte1. Mrs. William McArton and Mrs. ' P. J.' Herrick. Arnprior; Mrs. J. A. Tlnsley, Pakenham, and i exhibits from Bonnechere Man pr at Renfrew. Sharon Ann Mc- - Lennan, Anne Zrimsek,.and Dar- lene Herrick led the Junior handicraft winners. . . J. J. "Joe." Green, Amprior lawyer and South Renfrew MP will officially opened the fair today. - . - v -i : ... The Lions Club Drum Corps. recently Judged Ontario Junior B Champions, will provided music throughout the town and at the grounds. Musical entertain ment is being provided before the grandstand every night. Nasser Pledges Cyprus Support CAIRO President Nas ser of the United Arab Repub lic has pledged' support to Cyprus "for the sake of Its freedom and unity and its people." Nasser sent a message to Cypriot , President Malum os Wednesday denouncing the Turkish air' raids on Cyprus. Mskarios has requested mill. tary support from the UAR and Russia. ' :. '.v' NDE A EXECUTIVE 15 More Soldiers V Sent- to Cyprus (By The CP) Another 15 Canadian Army personnel left for Cyprus Thursday In answer to a United Nations request, it wSs announced today, .. ." t The Army said one officer and 14 men, equipped with 108 mm . recoil less weapons, left from Trenton In reply to a request earner this month for additional protection for UN forces on the island, v The new arrivals will bring Canadian strength on . Cyprus to J.128. v ' : 1 .Long Distance Swim Saturday The . Barskuda Skin Diving Club ts staging gruelling 62- mile long distance swim ached uled to start at 8 a.m. Satur day from the Hull Pier below the lnterprovincial Bridge. Those expected to attempt the swim are: Andre Lalonde, Mai colm Warner, Lynn Hyndman, Ronald Clermont and Mike Mangione, ' . PASSES THE TEST ""' . Alex Symington, head of main hall- exhibits at the Arnprior Fair, gives a smile of approval to a bag .' of afain exhibited by a local farmer. . ' Provincial ' presidents : ' iJournal Phote by Doteil Wldel Police Ghief's Son Injured In Caye-ln - HAWKESBURY (Special) The Vankleek HiU police chieTs son is In fair condition Thursday after he wai amiosl buried alive while help ing place tiles in his father's well ; late : Wednesday after noon. - : , . v..- L e o n Bemique, 26, -of' LOrignal, son of police Chief Edward . Bermque, was taken to the Smith Clinic here last Wednesday night suffering from a broken leg and possible internal injuries. . .,- Along with his father, and a third man,. Edmond Cardinal, Leon was ' putting 30-inch round tile into a 23-foot deep well. ' ' i',yi,;- . While the men were work ing earth around the well caved In and. fail onto tBes already laid down. ; The three ' men went into the well to remove it While they were cleaning up one lot, some more fell in. Soon Leon was shoulder deep In mud. and Mr. Cardinal was up to his knees. Mr. Bemique was not trapped in any way. After Mr. . Cardinal freed himself, he and Mr. Bernlque used shovels and their hands to help dig Leon out. -t ie First Full-Time President James K. Wyllie. 43, of Regins. Thursday, was elected first full-lime paid president of the National Defence Employees Association. He had been president of the association since 1953 and also served as a field, representative on leave of absence from the stores branch. He is to move to Ottawa with his wife and two children. . . 1 ' Elected vice-presidents were Ken MscPhenon, of Moncton: Bert Lusher, of Montreal, and Un DalzelL of Victoria. - - The officers were : elected for three-year terms at the convention af the association at Chateau Lsurier, whkh concluded Thursday. .... went elected to serve on the national' executive were: Ray Pen ton, Newfoundland; Ken Brammer, PEI; Don MacUa'ac, Nova . Scotia; Archie Donald, New Brunswick; Joe Power, Quebec;. Mike Collins, Ontario; K Watkins, Manitoba; Ernie Lindsay, Saskatchewan: Henry Holden, Alberta, and Howard Hamilton, v Northwest Terri tories.' : SIU Election Hopeful y j Loses Job MONTREAL (CP One of eight newly announced candl dates for office In the1 Scalar- ' International Union of Can ada (Ind.) has been dismissed from his union Job. " , Andre Bansept said Thursday be lost his Job as a dock patrolman for the union after he announced his candidacy Monday as one member of the slate. Leenatd McLaughlin, the SIU's executive, vice president, said Id an Interview that Ban-acpt's dismissal . resulted from a disagreement with Raymond Doucet. our port agent at Quebec, over the way Mr. Bansept was carrying out his duties." Mr. Bansept is the slate's can didate for Mr. Doucet's k. Ths union elections are, to be held In the tell. 'V: . "The slate's candidate for pres ident Is, Stan Devlne, now the SIU's port agent with ths -SIU of Canada's Atlantic reginrt In Halifax. He ' will be running against Mr. McLaughlin for the Job once held by Hal Banks. v v " "if ' - ENERGY RESERVES WASHINGTON Govern ment authorities estimate coal and lignite comprise S per cent- of the U.S. mineral fuel energy ' reserves, not including atomic "power. . FREE TESTING. FREE EST matas, Ira check Ins on tha vo-hlcla. Hy'a Radiator Co. Clean- Ins, repairs, ftioi . tSS Wl iington. pAs-aaaa. - VphoUterp hO ilEPAIRING" TRUCK SEAT cuaniona. tomofr nuio lop vp-holataran. SSI Quean. CEJ-1M5. I "l"ll V I ALL CEMENT WORK DONE T Terry Conlractora, guarantaed S to S Tea re. Alwaya cheek with a retiitered contrector. Free esti mate, at months to par. ALL TYPES PATIOS, WALKS, curbing, guaranteed., free aaU-mataa. TJS-4131. CEMENT WALKS. STEPS. PATIOS and etucco. Free estimate. 71S- 'MT' v v nnsr UNA i-AWMMnW- cts. general rpUr. 1M Wood- tKCRCATtON ROOMB. REPAIRS 'race, free tMiimaicwXA. btucsj iimoo umiiea, rw-ji. , ' C. A. SOHANNSEN " " an " Ltd. tts-ssis ' V E R A N DAHS. ALTERATIONS. eloro fronla ana aoaitione. ro- palra. recreation rooms, roofing and ehtnalee. Yon name It. what' ever H la and wa ll do It. Just dial tm BIG r and n'U H today -.. EA VEST ROUGH! NO. REASON- arilo DrK-e rre eeiimaies. j. u. Cervfn Piumning and Heating, 1SS7 aunk. 73a-3a. - EAVESTROUGHtNG. SATIRFAC- tlon guaranteed, rroa aaumaiaa. . Oravell. S3S-T403. A VtSTROUGHINO SUPPLIED and metalled; aowarmg joints, guaranteed workmanship, free estimate. - Anytime. SJa-aaSS. il'Ji ,!',:!ii' ..' MrEVOY BROTHERS ' () Kent street , tll-Slll , . ' 3 E8TARLISHKD IMS,' PARKING on premises. I Sparka Stmt. S -ill. SaliudaF tor AucuaL w tl a I V aoaywae w .. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14. 1964 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL 37 DESPITE AREA DROUGHT FACILITIES 'INADEQUATE' -Arnprior Produce Display Seen Best in Fair History New Pools Urged For Cornwall CORNWALL (Special) Felix i city service clubs have shown M. Klaus, a Montreal consult ing engineer, has told a special committee studying swimming conditions in Cornwall that present facilities are inadequate. "They are not what one would expect to find in a city this size." be said, in advising the group that 'three new pools should be constructed. He said the pools, measuring 7$ by IS feet, could be built for about 160.000. The city could receive up to $27,000 in government grants if the projects were built in .Winter. .' 7" ' ',. Aid. Larry Keen, chairman of the City's parks and recreation committee, said a number of Grain Ship Still Aground Near Cornwall MASSENA, N.Y. (AP) - Sal. vage tugs worked. Thursday to free a Canadian grain vessel which ran, aground Wednesday night in the St. Lawrence Sea way near Summers town, just east of a Cornwall, partially blocking traffic . Seaway officials . said The New' Brunswicker, owned by PapachristidU Company Limited of Montreal, carried a -full load'of grain. .-:. sfi . 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Tentative plan call for the pools to be built in east, north and west Cornwall parks. Birch Society To Avoid Election Race 1 MANITOU SPRINGS Colo. (UPI) Robert Welch, founder of the John Birch Society, said last night his organization would take no official part m partisan politics ' during the 1964 election campaign. Welch spoke to 200 persons at the Christian Crusade Anti-Communist' Youth University nere. , t , . He made no mention of Sen. Barry Goldwater, the Republican presidential candidate who has the support of roost members of the sodety. : ' He said it was important for citizens to Uke part in politics and that members of the society would be taking a "very active put" individually. NEW YORK (UPI) Ron Hunt, the New York Meta All-Star second baseman, starred in .- football. basketball and baseball during his high school days In Overland, Ma zevce . AT YOWt M S ViK, SERVU SAYS: nt Co,umn on,lin rtputabla, quatirwd businentt i - who art ready to serve you. Ponl delay cell today. 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