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August 17, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 34

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Monday, August 17, 1964
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Saturday, a.m. to fl p.m.) .. . ' PARK EASY AT FREIMAN'S PARKING CENTR ' , i pleaUess,' with British Ub $ J. of grey or charcoal, reverses to , l J reverses to colour of the extra ' v ; ' j ' s . . ... 1 -Mir of slacks. Sues 35 to 40 renilar. 36 to 38 tail, w - s ! a . o salt -! V- , . The Flannel flC 11 ft The Tweed "FaQ fid .. JeJ"' A combo Combo ... I -,. 4 ! J r f "V J V -A .... . . i V" IT'S ROUND UP TIME. . . ,1 34 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL MONDAY, AUGUST 17. 1964 ON CANADIAN TRAIL Wife, Daughter " Carry LBJ Banner . WASHINGTON (AP) - President Johnson's wife and daughters are carrying th LBJ basilar acroa tba land whila b awaits tba formality of nomination tHe month befora bitting tba campaign trail himself. During tba weekend. Lady Bird was travelling to Rocky 1 Mountain watt to focus atten- tioa oa conservation and recla nation, and. obviously on the man in tba white Hduse. WAGNER'S HOME Daughter Lynda Bird, , ate ribs at a barbecue Sunday at Henry Ford IPs Long Island, N.Y., mansion and got set lor more of the same today in Oracle Mansion on the east aide of Manhattan; It la th, official tome of Mayor Robert F. Wagner. New York state's most powerful Democrat. Daughter Loci Balnea. IT. was campaigning a week ago in San Francisco and was in Wiscon sin during the weekend lor the state fair Sunday and a person LBJ barbecue Saturday la Milwaukee. "I'm Just here to thank who have been working for someone I n very mm or. luci said m Milwaukee. EXPECTS WIFE V :, The president was more to ' the point Saturday when asked V at press conference whether : Queen Lends ? Paintings 3 ; To Toronto TORONTO CPMheen Ells-V ebeth la lending two paintings and 21 drawings, purchased m - ITS by George III. to the Art ' Gallery, of Toronto's -Canaletto exhibition opening Oct. -'IT. The two pemiinte, the Was-xetu Looking North and Canal of 8. Chiara. and the drawings come from the Queen's tJoa at Windsor Castle. .Georte - m b e a I h t many Canaletto v works from foraser J British consul m Venice. Joseph Smith. . The Toronto exhibition will be f the first to be organised oa all .': . aspecta of the work of the 18th- ; century Italian painter Antonio f Cans, known as Canaletto. he expects his wife to be cam paigning this year. "She is and will be," he said. Mrs. Johnson, an active cam paigner1 lor her husband through his long political career. Is en the last leg of a 4,2M-mHe, four-day swing through territory where sentiment for Senator Barry Goldwater, Republi can nominee, is strong. Says Gov't Has Unfair Advantage (By The, CP) A member of the tax appeal board said in a Judgment released Saturday that the government has an un fair advantage over the public, in Income tax cases. ' .. J. 0. Weldon made the statement In a Judgment In wbicb be allowed an appeal by four Saskatcbewen men who claimed they should not nave to pay taxes on profits from the sale of a Regina apartment building. They contended the building waa purchased as a longterm investment and not for a quick profit . , Mr. Weldon said the. -govern ment's advantage - lay in ' Ks right 'to call witnesses m the Exchequer Court after having refrained from doing so when cases were before the tax appeal board. ' ", - - . , Appeals from decisions of the tax appeal board are heard in the Exchequer Court. . . It is unfortunate that the minister is at liberty under the present practice to product no witnesses v a matter before, the tax appeal board and Niter call witnesses and present a wholly new case when the appeal b) being re-heard ' la the Exchequer Court "of Canada.' theJudgment seid ATTRACTED TO VX '. ; MEXICO CITY AP)-More than lOl.toe migrant Mexican workers have ge a e. to the United States this year, the gov- 4way suit in i;.v f: , Jfe) flannel or tweed . h I Pfm ' '," -c . ts.rt tis.' S i -1 ! hi , I - I U:. - ': the ! voiiniJ look! . ' ' - . 1 - ... m m , " -T- al i. M m l.. 1 . 'J: ,-. ,.'., 1 W I. . II I 1'.,. ' S , fretwon's o and foanp Jfea'a Wear, Street floor, . Downtown Street floor, Watfoate ;r'( -.-i1 i -1 - ' i::H '''..v '.)-'jacrr-i I ill.--.-.. y .' . Si i T" M. ! . I I ! I ; 1 l : . I y -A A ....r: k ftjfji-fTii - - ' J - .... '1' T . " " ! ,-VI. I'T I - ' s-l -. - , . I.',! wpen asj a-m. w pjn, vauy trnaay, a.m; M) bjo. w : i v luhv ii i i La . - - i , ' . u .. 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