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CAPLAN'S ICLOSED MONDAYS duriaf AUGUST 1 . Summtf Store Houri ' Shop Dally "' 1 ,:. tto'r - Friday fat. 9 Jfc CpIanV. . Rideau St. SdysS.OOO Chinese; IjtHiding VANCOUVER W. '. Vh Sun say n estimated MOO illegaUy-Uoded Chinese, are continuing to hide here. )-.. The newspaper says sources in Chinatowni Canada's largest, made the estimate a Immigration : Minister-' Tremblay -an nounced a deadline for illegal Chinese 'immigrant to clarify their status. . The 'reaction from 'China town .15,000- residenta -was summed up by Rev. Peter Chow of the Vancouver . Chinese Cathoic Society. , . -j-Vit They knew in -their hearts this order would, have to come.' he said. -; ; t i- -. He said he could make no criticism of the order. "It could not go en if perpetuity.'' ilui Lawyer - Douglas ' Jung, 'the first Chinese Canadian to-become an MP. laid he expected the order t6 come but took issue with . Mrv1 Tramway's statement that the program Ha had limited success OGO UNVEILED CAPE KENNEDY Fla. (AP) Th most advanced U.S. scien tific utelliit, a a v i I d this week, I a - mUK monster named OGO. It resemble a king-site version of something that crawl around the pipes in th basement,. . , , . So werd is the craft that a (pace a g e a ey publication recently ran a cartoon snowing OOO being squashed by a huge fly .wattec,.,- t Most of the, features which gave OGO a fearsome appearance are folded Into the space craft or jackxniled against its aides.;.. .. ... .,,;,, t;j ; GENTLEMEN 1 -PREFER... ttf flfuiftctarfl " ' leelilf jM frtmea, : went by t)e ladiee : ',tbtf want t admiret "7 ; " asaa, Is a ssap a ' eWeseaaesiliisliaf . 1 " ' I "T V i GEO. HI. NELMS . ' l PBJUKBJPTION; OPTICIAN ' J ff Bparka It JJl-llllt IM Metcalfe It.' SS3-T47t of 44 fy rroabtai iteeyi Connli ITnr tye Doctor Rene Comlneau has Criminals ivionsrer ' bsWMt elected president of the Gatt- neau Rotary Club. Other elected executive lor the 1M4-U term are: . Dr. John Simurda, vke-presi- dent; Normand Racicot, secre tary; and J. M. Gaudreau, Jean Mercter, Armand Cote and Ma- thieu Charron, directors. Mr. D. Lockweir. of Musena, NY,: Rotary district governor. attended their weekly meeting at the Ambassador Hotel, Gati neau. '." ' - The Gatineau Rotary Club has scheduled a golf tournament for next Wednesday at the Te- cumseh Golf Club. Profit will be .used to ' help crippled hlldren. Step Up Drive To Keep Out (By The CP) The Immi gration department ha stepped up its effort to stop criminals from entering . Canada, -.Immigration Minister Tremblay said Friday. , , r He told the Commons during debate of his department's spending estimates that the government is gravely .' concerned thi problem, : especially the illegal entry, of person who enter to carry on organized crime.- r rr v, 1 1 -' Let; me assure' the. House that persons of the kind under discussion wilt be denied admis sion. If known," he said, -Those who may have gained" admis sion and are' withhr the Jurisdiction of immigration legislation will be subject to k provisions respecting deportatianrj Satellite But once In space, it mors than JN.Nt.paru begin- humming. Booms, , solar panels, appendage and antenna extend to various lengths. In linal flight configuration, OGO measures M feet', from nose to tail and has a wlngtpan of H feet. Its ecu- 7, tral body is a block tlx feet long and three feet square. To tal weight ts I.I71 pound. OGO stand for Orbiting Geophysical Observatory, the first of six such eatellites planned te make the moat comprehensive survey yet of the earth' atmosphere, the magnetoaphere and mierpsanetary apace. i V The lint OGO I scheduled for launching from Cape Kennedy sepi. a. Crash Kills Woman Injures J . WOODSTOCK; N.B. (CP) A woman was killed and 11 other person Injured, three of them seriously, when a elation wagoa carrying II persons collided Friday with an Ontario .' licensed car on the Tra as -Canada Highway near here; The driver of the Ontario -car was not seriously Injured. V ' ,. .' Mrs. Ev Marie Adams, M. of Linneus, Me., died m hospi tal at Woodstock where eh aad It other persons In the stalk wacon were taken. . BILOXI. Miss. (AP) Three Negro children entered Biloxi' Lopex Elementary School Fri day to become the first of their race to register at a previously all-white public school hi Mis sissippi... . ' J The state was the last to maintain a completely 1 segregated public school system be low the college system. ' The neatly dressed Negro children, two boy and a girl. re accompanied late the building by a half doze Negro adults. There were no inci dents as police end FBI agent maintained a doee watch oa the It elementary schools here. Biloxi is admitted Negroes to Grade 1 under a federal court order directing II to desegregate one grade a year. It is th first city in Mississippi to begin a desegregation plan under -fed eral court orders. The same court order also instructed the school system at Jackson "and rural Leake County to integrate. Canadians Boost Cyprus Strength By PETER BUCKLEY NICOSIA (CP)-A ll-man de tachment of the Royal 22nd Regiment, with four jeep-mounted, lta-mm. recoillee ri fle arrived nt Nicosia airport Friday to strengthen the Caaa- d:aa coot intent with the United Nation peace force hv Cypres. Th mounted weapon were described as the most powerful now in possession of .the UN peace-keeping force here. ' The "reinforcements arrived aboard she r e g a 1 a r weekly flight of aa RCAF Yukon transport.' Ammunition for gun and other euppliea came in Friday oa an RCAF Hereon.. Canadian officer ' said the new weapon were brought her oa a request from the UN com mand at the betmnina of Aug ust, and not as a result of the current Crist on the Island. Dead Rebel 4 Displayed In Haiti PORT. AU PRINCE, ' Haiti (AP The body of a dead rebel guerrilla tighter was, displayed on' Port an Prince street corners Thursday m the aftermath of a battle la which the government claimed to have killed many rebels. ',.-..... . It was discioeed Friday that government farces of President Francois .Duvalier net up road Mocks outside Port aa Prince after the rebel ambushed three men Tueedny: v 1 nee Celebrations Quiet Today la the 17th anniversary of India' achievement of in dependence ' from British rule and Ottawa' Indian community is marking the event with quiet celebration. '' ;' These , celebrations are m keeping, with the lane of) the aussage commemmorating the anniversary sent to the Indian High Commiaaioa by Indiaa Pmident Dr. Sarvapalti Rabaa- krishaaa. ' In H he says, "Independence Day, ' normally a day of rejoicing, is not a day of great happiness this year due to the ol our great leader Jawaharlal Nehru." The anniversary is being marked in Ottawa by a film showing being held at the National Museum Saturday night by the India-Canada Association. Dr. B. R. MacKay. president of the Association, said five films will be shown including films oai Indian handicrafts and oh the Indian visit 'of Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy. Three End Mississippi idtion - Indien High Commissioner to Canada BeH Acharya will cvelebrat'a the day in Montreal. He is to attend a conceit of Indian music and an Indian film to be put on by the Indian Students Association of Mouill University. , i On August IS, 1M7,. India achieved the status of an in dependent dominion within the Commonwealth after more than years of varying degrees of colonial control. India became a republic Jan. M. 1IM. but continued her Commonwealth connections. .. '.''. Cornwall Court Goes To Hospital CORNWALL C Maurice Quesnel, 30. (hot in the thigh Thursday when he ran from a police station, was remanded Triday for one week ofl charges of escaping custody and vag rancy. - A justice of the peace went to the hospital to order the re mand. Quesnel, born In Hawkee-bury, OnU wa reported in good condition in hospital here Friday. . , ...Del, Maurice Allaire aald be arrested Quesnel after investi gating a car with British Colum bia licence plates. While being questioned at the police station, Quesnel suddenly boiled out the door. . , r , Det. Allaire fired two warning shots, then shot Quesnel in tbeleg. ..Police aaid Quesnel ia wanted by RCMP in Vancouver for car theft and in Winnipeg (or fraud. U.S. Students' brts Suspended , NEW YORK (AP) - Eighty-four young American returned Friday night from a forbidden visit to Cuba and wra informed that their passports are tenia lively withdrawn." . . They arrived at Kennedy Air port in two jet plane from Paris, to a routing welcome from about member of the Student Committee for Travel to Cuba. , -'-' As they cleared customs, hn migration officer handed them letter from the state- depart ment informing them of the passport suspension, and advising them to either turn In their passports at the airport or mall them to the state department. " At a preos conference, some of them tore up the letter. A spokesman told reporter that the travellers are not Communists and challenged the state department's right to prohibit travel to Cuba. Award Student Bus Contracts The Western Quebec Regional School Board has awarded two contract total-line S54.000 for transportation of etudents thi week. , . The Ant contract went to the Hull Metropolitan Transport Company for the Temple-ton,' Aylroer, Quyon, South Hull and Deschene route. The company's bid of $48,900 for the combined circuit wa accepted, r ,-" -Peat lac Bu Line was awarded a SS.tOO contract for the transportation of students between Campbell's Bay and Calumet Island. ' - v , - ' The board also awarded contract for school book for an amount of mora than $67,100. The contracts were awarded to grm in Montreal. Hull and I mtawa. -. .. - . i The Civil Scnrlce Cornmbntaer of Canada as well at the Federal Depart merit of Transport and other gcjWHitient departmenU arc BeekiUf LAKGOAGE IHSTRUCTOnS AHD OFFICERS ' SALARY UP TO S13,G00 :. for teacWu French' through ,:the uW of an audio-visual method to Xnglish-speaking civil servanta or fof- developing -and Implementing within a department ,aa tngllsh, and French , languagt ' training prognuntne., , ...'i- .i-'- - . -;.-i -.,.; . $.,.,. . ' To be eligible for position W Language' Officer, candidate must be . graduates of a university In a General Arts or Pedagogy court or In a related Held. Candidate who do not have a university degree but who pnesesa. a teaching certificate ana one ' year of teaching experience may be considered for position of Language Instructor witn a salary up to $7g60. ;. u '.. . . - '" " "Detail and hppJicathM form available at nearest Civil tervic Commission cr .. National tmployment Service Office or at SmJot Pott Offices.' ; Atety a to CtrS) See-tea Ciamlaiia. Ottawa, . ! satlea aamker 4-1t. SATURDAY. AUGUST 15. 1964 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL AutlueUM U Meoaf tlt mil. Part erne pntKnwH, Onav 4 for Nyiunl ei pwin la cub IN PERFECT WEATHER IN OTTAWA y. Arnprior FdiH Exhibits Jammed ARNPRIOR (Special) It wii open night in downtown stores In Arnprior Friday but wnen in Lions Drum Corpt went marching up John Street the crowd! really knew the fair wi on. Hundreds of people followed th Ontario Junior Band Champion to the exhibition (rounds and helped swell what already was food crowd. The weather was cool and crisp all day. perfect Fall fair weather. Exhibitors are still bringing in horses and cattle. Experi enced horsemen say there is. real good light horse exhibit and the pony show is one of th best ' However, the en tries in the heavy horse divisions are not so numerous. BIO WINNER In horse and cattle Judging conducted Friday, jScott James and Son of Stittsville was the big winner posting four firsts, Lorne MscMillan and -. Eddy Young each had two first at did John Dewar and Duncan Dewar, both of Braeside Jamee I 0 TV " .lorne k. Mcdonald, J06J Saunderton Avenue, hit retired after a 37-year career with Canadian .Pacific in Ottawa. Mr. McDonald, who worked In a CP warehouse, will now devote his time to .'hi many hobbies. ;' ";' Anthrax Hits National 1? ark-Ared"?;" T09X SMITH,, NVT CF Anthrax, an Infectious disease which can kill all warm -Wooded animals, was reported Friday in the Alberta portion of Wood Buffalo National Park. ; Northern A flairs Minister Lalng has ordered:' "harsh measure'' to -combat the dla ate, first repotted la IttJ m the- national park straddling Al berta' northern boundary, r Anthrax " hi the ' but" three yfcCr has killed I.M buffekYm it park which Juts into the Northwest Territories.' ' A .Armstrong of Kinburn alio won two first. - The roadster class was exceptional. Feature of Friday program were the two harness race. In Uie non-winners of S200 lifetime earnings. North wood Amber led the field, driven and owned by Mike Keon. Greek Warrior owned by Wib Donaldson and driven by Bill Pyk was second with Mis Royal June ownefl and driven by Rolland Sauve in the third position. . . EXHIBITS JAMMED In the non-winner $2,000 lifetime earning class Carrie Lee Chief, driven by Peter Danit and owned by Reg Roliason, was first Wee Rose driven and owned by Bill Pyke, placed second while Mr. Star, driven and ' owned by Alex May, wa third. Main hall exhibit are Jammed to the doors with the -finest handicraft, and school display In year. Vegetables, grains and the baking display also are the best perhapa in the history of the fair and an the more interest i shown In this because of the recent drought throughout the valley... y j I , l 1 (f ' - v RfcNE COUSINEAU Elect Rene CousinedU ' Rotary Head "BjwanufW" v mm CANADA'S MOST HONOURED BUILDER SOME OF THE raAtJV ur . -ti .- REASONS IM A 0 OTTO HOME IS YOUR it; . 1 t i r ' i r.f.. 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INTERNATIONAl ACCLAIM FOR DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION Minto homes are Ottawa's only winners of the Good Housekeeping' Magazine Citation for "Excellence of Architecture, Land Develop -menf,. and House Planning." The Canadian Housing Desigri Council honoured Minto with 2 National and 4 Regional Awards- more than any other Canadian builder, and Chatelaine Magazine recently chose a Minto home for their "Best-Buy Home of the Year.Tr ' 1 " ' .- ' : mm mm ansnsii a jmsaiiaanai i m-ir-r " " J THREE OUTSTANDING RESIDENTIAL LOCATIONS i Hum wue hnma in nru nf AAIntAfc t'nnuenint W.ct tiA Inratinn. 'A I . Fairfield, Bellands and Lakeview. 'Each area is convenient to aU le schools, churches, and shopping, and Fairfield has excellent 0TC bus service direct to Centre Town. Visit the furnished model! on display in ratrtieia new while there is sucn an outstanaina choice of homes and lots still available. 1f' '1 ' .nnm-r aV I X -. 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