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SOeONTUT TN1M CAU YOU KIJY 7" promised the support in a state ment Sunday following the meeting at union headquarters in Colorado Springs, Colo. Following the return of the lo-cal'offlcers Sunday night, union counsel, David Lewis said he Jiad been Informed by Local II President Robert McCormack that there was no change in the bargaining committee's stand in the dispute with The Globe and Mail, e morning paper, and The Star and The Telegram, evening papers. , OUTSTANDING ISSUES- The union his told LouisFtne. Ontario labor department" chief conciliation officer, that It is willing to negotiate with the papers on all outstandng issues. This was in contrast to an earlier union stand,on proposals submitted by toe publishers since the strike of 680 printers began. The , union at first, described the proposals as "union-busting." . Negotiations under Mr. Fine broke down Aug. 4 after settle- , ment of the issue concerning : jurisdiction over electronic com- , puters at the papers. , NEW EQUIPMENT Unsettled were three issues in jected by the publishers since the strike;. The papers' demand for removal of foremen end assistant foremen from ITU juris diction, the right of the publish ers to introduce and use new Now Science Knows New Easy Way of Gaining Weight 3 el great Weight Gains with WATE-ON 1 mM a so kr s t m n ravats. neat ounces. site aLs eat wsm mtSmS em m . tt -ee mini ew tVaf Js? psaaVss ssaW fMsjsl MpeVtlss lev tteaf SasTiailsMFMT. ZZttl!mt!!IZm L M 4TJ na) 4MnWaVsa WATE-ON seeu esrs-ea nru miaere ssjs PIANOS ' V SON, UMITtO 351 Rank St. (at Cooper) , RIDE RELAXED RIDE REFRESHED GOOT.C.r ENJOY THE BEST CsMnieW9afwsS ' TAMBLYI1 ' . DRUO STORES f I rhmtm Wtrk 1 Sp6dilrr" 'i'"' '''ran DiLnrsay ' Mua aa ma tls-MS , CarttasesM Ctatre SLINKY . The toy advertised a TV Universal 465 SUSSEX STREET FREE PARKING UsT'Oilv'i' ..''J'". IV.: A A r r 1 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL MONDAY. AUGUST 17, 1964 T Guardsmen NO CHANGE IN STAND ITU Head Pledges Toronto Support ; TORONTO (CP) A meeting between negotiator! for print- . er, on strike against three Toronto 'newspapers since July I, and International union officers has resulted in a promise of "substantial support"' for the local, union and no change m the position taken by the local's bargaining committee. " Elmer Brown, International Typographical Union president. equipment and elimination of practices which the publishers call featherbedding. ' In return, the publishers offered present composing ''room employees lifetime guarantee against layoffs due to automation. The ITU statement in Colorado Springs did not say how much additional support was planned. Strikers sow 'receive strike ; benefits amounting - to about $87 week each. From Page One Soviet Help Now the, Kremlin's stand is likely to make the Greek-Cyp- riots even more intractable. The Soviet statement offered to be gin aid talks immediately. ISSUES WARNING In a speech in the central Asian city of Frunze Sunday, Khrushchev said that the Soviet Union could not remain indifferent to the threat of a conflict near its southern border. He added: .' ,..' , j f "We would like In warn the Turkish government,, that their bombers cannot drop bombs on Cyprus . . . with impunity. When doing harm to somebody, It is advisable to remember thati the damage which you wanted to Inflict on somebody may act as .boomerang Khrushchev accused the United States and Britain of masterminding the Turkish raids. Si m i I a r charges have been made in the Greek -Cypriot National Assembly. CALLED OFF -..- Turkish air force Jets began four days of raids on northwest Cyprus Aug. 7 la retaliation for the Greek-Cypriot advance on the only remaining Turkish-Cypriot coastal stronghold. Tar-key called off the attacks and reconnaissance flights ever the island after an appeal by the UN Security Council. ! The warm Greek-Cypriot re action to Moscow's support appears to have undercut end annoyedthe pro Western Greek government of Premier George Papandreou. In a broadcast from Athens Sunday night, Papandreou pledged renewed backing for Cyprus, but emphasised that Greece supported, the UN mediation effort.:.-,..H..tf H Cyprus . has been relatively quiet since the cease-fire went into effect last week.'' T" ' 'T School Sapplii 18$ DRAFTING V EQUIPMENT , ARTISTS' SUPPLIES Now Available EVANS & KERT Billings Bridge Plata garage roof. WEATHER) Community Centre Project Step Nearer OSGOODE (Special) Os- goode's $70,000 community centre , is Rearing a reality, it was reported at a meeting here- ( Signatures on the . petition from five school section have reached the 51 per cent" re quired without the necessity of a township-wide plebiscite. The sixth' school . section will re port at the next meeting on Aug. 20, the deadline set by the committee. "Committee chairman Ken neth Phillips reported he had written the Federal ' and Provincial Governments to 'find out (bout any restrictions In proposed fund-raising cam paign. 4. v' ' rrl A letter la to be sent to Os- goode Township Council to learn the exact acreage of the land donated by Donald Fer guson for the centre. Plans for the building call for a covered skating rink with 1,500 seats, and community hall. Beatles Come' To Canada Saturday; ; VANCOUVER (UPD The Beatles come to Canada Satur day and every precaution has been taken to ensure an artistic and financial success at least in Vancouver. Barbed wire barricades are being prepared for the Hotel! Georgia where The Beatles and party of 10 .will take over the 12th floor; More wire Win fee used t Empire Stadium where six rows of fencing Will protect the mop-haired foursome when they sing Saturday night, fi , a juu-atan security lorca is being assembled to safeguard the singers. .,..tt- rK They will : arrive at Vancouver's International . Airport Saturday noon from . Seattle, Wa. The rout to the hotel is top secret but will probably include a helicopter to the hotel ITAUAN RED STILL GRAVE ROME (AP Palmlro Togll-sttl's condition was ' report still grave today although tome signs of Improvement were noted by his doctors at Yalta in the Soviet' Crimea. The 7T-year-old Italian '- Communist party leader was felled by a stroke. -1 -"! , . mortgage r.ioiiEY,;;; . .. 1st or 2nd ., ..,v,v ":v.': fih gg g ;k': , jrom.VVV. to $25,000. (up to 10 of appraised proporty valut. - - Ttrms tip to iz yoarg) . , , YOU CAM PMPkt AMY AMOUNT AT ANT rim with no piNAirr or amy kino ' ' INIssmsI asraaVi'Fseil I Msei Owrast! ., x 1 i I 1 ! . r "( . v u -f " :c ' 77 Metcatfa St.'., ,' V ' ' ,t ZJM42S . ... ( v1-:. x.. . . ; .ai!srr 1 - v. ? un sSt am..- venev ' ! Dominion Public Weather Office forecast: Variable cloudiness today and Tuesday. Chance of showers both afternoon. Wfads light. Low tonight and nigh Tuesday at Ottawa 3S and 70. TEMPERATURES , , Low , last night and high Sunday at: Dawson' 42, 09. Vancouver 54. 73; Victoria 54, 85: Edmonton 51. 77; CaU gary 50, 79: Saskatoon SO, 80; Regina 58, SI: Winnipeg 45, 79: Churchill 39, 48l North Bay S3. 61; Sudbur 49. 62: Windsor 58. 7; London 58, 74; . Toronto 59. 76; Ottawa M, 74: Montreal 67. 74: Quebec 56. 73; Halifax 58. 68:, St. Johal .51. 665; Chicago 67.? 83 New. York 82. 78: -Washmgtow - 64, 80; Miami 82. 91: Denver 52. 861 Lot Angelea 62. 73; Francisco 54, 75. 1: & Feted At Dinner-Dance 'Those hob eriefit most from thet hauands oft ouristsf mat o Ottawa to see the Chang- mm ft h CifcrH rr,mnnu aiH a personal "thank, you" to the enh Saturday night. - t ' An stimaied bMguardsmen nd dlicsn of the 2nd, Bst-taliosv The Canadian Guards and their wives were guests at a supper and dance at RCAF Rockciiffe Recreation .Hall. The event waa sponsored by the Oiuwa branch of the Canadian Restaurant Association, Ontario Brewers Institute. Greater Ottawa Hotel Association and various merchants. - Ita bo provided! he occasskm for the unit's commanding officer. Major Norman Bruce Elder, toe ay farewell before taking up a new posting in Edmonton. MEETING CALLED "'. SEOUL I The United Nations command In South Korea announced today that meeting of the military armistice commission has been called by Comaiimist North Korea for Wednesday at the Joint security area near Panmunjom. No reason was given. .. t - ,t i m r.-.-.i-vt STQNC MANSION $39,900 Magnificent cut-stone nvsnsiaa sumiunded by tall trees and beautiful lawn and garden. Located in the town of Carleton Place, est eight acres with river frontage on . the Mississippi and serviced by municipal water and . ewe..;. 1 Must be sold t6 settle esUte. Fall price 539.900. JO0 i 'W-l MLS Lsftina K-27S9 Assert Gat AgearJea Ltd. ' : .. Telepba. II Cfii , ffWO ' GnAHDSTAnD snow "i r . Ticketsi Now on Sale : ; at Lansdowne Park f RED SKELTOH SHOW . .-. unmxi EvoiiNG - aug. ai , ; , (SATURDAY fTERKOON ! 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