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August 17, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 21

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BROOKLIN, Ont CP-Op-position Leader Diefenbaker said Saturday that Prima Min-Uter Pearson if looking for an scape route on the flag tenia. Speaking to about ,N0 per-eons at a Progressiva Conserv ative barbecue m Brooklin. near Osbawa, Mr. Diefenbaker said tbe latest attempt by the prime minister to. escape the issue was to call another meeting oi party leader for Tuesday. 1 "As prime minister of tbe country and leader,- the initia tive lies with him and hit gov- em merit, " the opposition leader aid. "Where is the leadership and initiative in this latest pro posal?" " Mr. Diefenbaker said It natural to expect that the invitation to ' Tuesday meeting would be to discuss a concrete suggestion for dealing with tbe debate on tbe flag. Yet Mr. Pearson said Friday In the Commons that he liad nothing to propose to the meeting, Mr. Diefenbaker said. Mr. Diefenbaker said the way Is open to the government to re fer (he flag Issue to a commit tee oi Parliament to allow the fullest discussion and the hear ing of represents tkxu by all Interested - organisations, groups and individuals. . i "Then It may, well be tbe committee will not be i monsr If It lent unanimous they can still place those models, or those designs of com mittee ef.ParUament before the Canadian people in the form of plebiscite or referendum.' ' Mr. Diefenbaker said the Pro of a Red Em lis changed to In dicate the French contribution 1 to Canada. L ' Hope Fades For Buried Miners KIRKLAND LAKE (CP) -r A eies of severe weekend rock bursts nas eummea nope rescue teams trying to reach two tnloerr missing and presumed dead at the 4.001-foot level of the Wright Hargreave Gold Mine. Tbe miners buried under' too of rock by a rock bunt Friday night. A statement from mine OKI- cials said chances gressive Conservative p i t t y.l seen. He was unable to raise stands for the preservation of an answer to loud shouting. r tremely remote' that Donald Yaworskl, 45, and Edouard Du chesne,, both , of Klrkland Lake, would be found alive. Official said recovery crew would be sent down today unless further underground distur bances are felt Tbe men had no food other than what was in their lunch palls. The mine, t.171 feet at Hi lowest level, ' was rocked Fri day night as a shift of IS miners worked. Only Yaworskl and Duchesne were reported ensa- Ing when tbe men were called to the surface. L One- rescue crew - Saturday, led by mine manager Frank Buckle, came to within IS fi of Where the --men'' were Ii op to' 24 months to pay ' . rV rr -1 1' 119 BANK STREET '.Ci'.; 1 231V2626 I ; , '- Shep at AlrCondltlonod Comfort ' i: y -Monday Thra Saturday Uiw tt U pjs 1 - i ' . : .',.' ' .' t r r ''. v A .500 . pound Afrkaa lion is this town's newest neighbor. "Rex" arrived Saturday at the Wonderland Zoo. some S mile from Ottawa, tired after an overnight truck voyage from De troit. , - Br " The four year old lion Is the first large foreign animal In tbe sod.'. - He was uncrated Into his open-. air cage- with soo superintendent Gerry BoegeT standing by with loaded rifle, "Just In But Rex soon settled Into his rw borne, - though other too animals took while longer to adjust to the new arrival.'" 'We're very pleased with UNITED APPEAL Devid Dempster and Mrs. Dempster were in tbe bouse at the time,. with their . children Elisabeth, -I. Susan, 10, and David.' n." '.;, ..',4..; Fire officiala are mvestlgat ing cause of tbe fire, v , Prftct year- ; 4 cUU ' fcaltdwol ' rabKNl ' r sr Mt a Vers Sbwe, 1- V. SHOPPINQ IS A PLEASURS AT . tHrortaoj ' bimVArr cr r Sl'SI SMarfy B(Tai w- '-: .'1 ',' in ,1 w I I THE OTTAWA JOURNAL : MONDAY, AUGUST 17. 194 21 AFTER ONE REHEARSAL I JIM lI IT. ivvi lli - . ; . . 1 1 ?Says PM Looking F.r Escape Route Um Red Eniicn or the adoption .1 Creation by the foremost T ': 'Canadian Fur Fashion Designer ... , ; . ,'.' Exclusively our and at tale price ' kack (ifrwd) ma uta - un UTuui sm ma uki .... .... S9S ' pUTAU (dyod) AUSU JUl .....i'.... $155$ rowi (M taam m m 1.. $74$ utuui sura turn -...::.:::2.::, $49$ : L Omn (drt IKAMD KUSSAT ........ W - AUGUST SALE ; of fine fuirs : ROW! (drkQ SSAO WSSOki ........ $49$ , ma (M KDMI JUl-..l.lT' $59$ 1 tuauKHcaisoiDTAi.... ... $94$ MTOAIWU KSI U.......'.... $319$: ' Ulan liiai Kst L $129$ r.- HE'S NO PUSS. (CAT , . . This Is Rex. a 500-pound African lion Just arrived l at Wonderland Zoo, outside Ottawa. Rex was brought t from Detroit and has a datty-diet of 12 pound of lean meat alorig with cod liver oil and bone meal . ','.'.' Uournsl Wtoto by PumliUna WW African Lion Joins Clarence Creek Zool CLARENCE CREEK (Staff) Rex." said Mrs. Charlotte Sas-seville, who started the - soo some three years ago. -PLANS EXPANDING - Tbe soo I now ready to expand and Import , exotic animals, said Mrs. Sassevtlle. She promised "alligators, re-bras, kangaroos and an ale- Rex's daily diet Includes eight to 12 pounds of has meat, phis cod liver oil and 'bone meal During tbe Winter he witt have a heated cage. ' - . The Ottawa Valley Wonderland Zoo, Ltd., has developed JO acres for the soo end children's amusement park, and owns 110 acres m which to e Plan Streamlining Residential Canvass There will be a new approach to' tbe residential canvass m: this year's United Appeal, says Mrs, Lloyd Francis, "chairman of tbe residential- division. , In previous years the resi dential division, with 9.000 volunteer canvasser,' has tackled the mammoth Job of calling at every home In Ottawa and district At tbe same time the commercial division ha also canvassed all store m town Ottawa. - New approach for this year's campaign is a merger' of tbe commercial division mto the overall residential division. Don McCrymom, maager of Bedroom Fire Causes Heavy Damage" Fire which' broke out ta i second storey bedroom at, 1347 Trenton Avenue, about 11.40 a.m. Saturday, and spread.' to the hall caused "considerable damage" before ft was put. out by firemen from stations one and 11. .-. . - . vl. No one was Injured.' Owner the Otuwa Board of Trade, has been named chairman of the central section of the residential division, which will now be responsible for all residential calls and tbe canvass of all small business firms in Cenlretown. This streemling of the canvass wilt mean the central section will be responsible for some 10,- 000 calls. ,-, .v ,. . . It will be divided Into U dis tricts. Many of the districts chairmen ' are active ' volunteers with tbe Red Cross. They include Miss Franc ine Parts len. A. E. "Loo" Campbell. Rene Cherlebois, John A. Doty, Don Guest Mrs. Welter E. Maboney. Stan Greenwood. Norm Morphy, Don Lomer and Ivsa Switaer. Early Morning Caller Armed " With Revolver . It was rocky thing the er of Rem! Burger ea Greber Boulevard bt Gatineau . Point didn't open the door to as early morning caller Sunday.,.. . Reml Charette lifted the blind first to see who was knocking on toe back door: He found himself staring down the barrel of- a .revolver pressed to the tie-,. .. ' l . ' K '"'"'.' The man behind the gun ordered Mr. Charette to "open up." but tbe owner let .the blind, snap Bp and turned to order bis waitress to phone police. " .. . ,; - Vlthln minutes - Sgt.' Yves Ptegent arrived. Mr. Charette told police the holdup man and a companion had sped oft m a IsM model car. $ . JET TimNS BACK , LONDON (Reuters) An Air Canada DC-t Jet carrying more than 100 passengers, made safe landing at London Airport Saturday', when engine trouble forced it to turn beck soon sfter taking off for Toronto. Ftrs trucks, emergency veMclee and ambulances lined the mam runway as the trttner ' touched down, using only three of kj four engine Pops Concert Packs Lakeside Gardens If you ever wondered what. 46 musicians sound like play' big together after only oni rehearsal, then you missed a special opportunity this past weekend, , , , Because that was Just what happened i Sunday ,'- evening When-local musicians" formed an orchestra to give a pops coo- cert to capacity . crowd at Lakeside Garden. The orchestra had gone over Call on Parties j To Drop v s Flag Issue f . ; MACKINAC ISLAND, ' Mich. (CP) Canadians attending a Moral Re-Arm met conference sent telegrams Sdnday to lead ers of Canada's five federal po litical parties calling on them to drop the flag issue at the present time. , : ; "The flag should unite Can ada, but tbe flag Issue le divid ing our country," the telegram, signed by MRA leader Dr P...1 Campbell of OtUwa,- said. i The delegate said a decision on us issue inoutd be mt, ea and needs of provincial governments asked to assist m selection of a committee to de- mrmme a new flag by 1907. m - i' v . , the program once In a three-hour session, while I the con-certmaster. Hymen Goodman,! of. Toronto Symphony Orchestra had even missed the prac tice.-. And surprisingly enough,! the concert was an overwhelm-1 ing success : v : Tbe orchestra played from Ttchaikowsky't "Elegy WIIAWA ,; , bnm U to STATIONERY STREET FLOOR, DOWNTOWN AND AT BILLINGS BRIDGE ; The New "Continentan Look as interpreted by ' '. . . t t T SET ; ' f: FEMININE FOCrrYEAI - Styled with new ?Almond Toe and the .. new, traighter, tllfhlly thicker heeL . , superbly styled . vt. refreshing in the stew i style concept. Come tn. end be first with ' the latest in toe shapes and new sturdier fashion ' heels. Available in mck Patent or Suede In high , ' ' l , s " ' fusion beaL, cjr Jn . i. LAD : 1 ,: 1 . m-'j ' Journal Want Ads , btmf II ' ' ' " WW 18-95 ' IES SHOE SALON, THIRD FLOOR, DOWNTOWN STORE ONLY, Serenade for Strings" to an amusing Anderson arrangement, "Tbe Sandpaper Ballet" And ' tn each number the orchestra looked and sounded confident . The visiting concertmaiter, who also acts as concert matter with the Toronto orchestra. said following the concert that the local effort and would re- turn' again willingly. The orchestra was conducted by-E. A. Kirkwood. A grant from the Recording Trust Fund of the American Federation of Musioians, in conjunction with the city's Department of Recreation and Parks, made the enjoyable from he was much impressed with concert possible. D.R. i in i i mi ii ii -If 'i I .Iiiii i J In i i. g f ir'--"! -VTn- I ... Mr. and Mrs. Michael Assaly were honor guests Saturday night st a recep tkm held at the Riverside Hotel on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary. A large number of guests attended, including those pictured here. Left to right, Mr. Don Morrow. 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