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cDcborah Lee Rogers, 12, adopted daughter of Roy Roger and Date Evans, w'u 6m of two children ' who wer killed when a church bua returning from '' Mexico to Los Angeles collided with oncoming traffic near San Clemente, Cat., today. Six others were killed in a station wagon that collided with the bus. v ' ' (AMnml Wlnphato) Were Is Hal? Banks VVithVahishih ' MONTREAL (CP) Where is Hal Banks? 'Members of Parliament want to .know. Police now want to know. A bailiff of Montreal Su perior Court has wanted to know for about a month. ' The burly former president of the Seafarers International Union of Canada (Ind.) didn't show up at tr-requlred Mont real criminal court appearance Monday. A bench warrant was issued for his arrest. " : 'If he has left Canada," a Justice department source In Ottawa said extradition could be sonaht if be Is in a country wKh which Canada has an ex tradition agreement. There has been speculation but nothing more that Banks has gone to Mi native United States. Neither Banks nor his whits ' Cadillac have been seen since Julv 21 when a bailiff called at his home la suburban Potnte Claire in a-vain attempt so lund htan a warrant to have him serve M days on a tempt charge. ; Th SS-rear-old Banks was denoted as Canadian SIU boss of 0 sailors m March but tte.OOO-a-year SIU of Mnnh America vice-president. He is out oa I2J.00I baU awaiting appeal this fall of his con viction and five-year sentence tnr Mvusiracv to assault a ri val tmloa officer. Henry Walsh, with intent to wound, maim and dltflture. . ' Would his absence affect hU as ooe bail? ; When - Paul Martineau. Pro-,riivi Conservative MP for Pontine - Temlscamlngue, 'Manitoba Minister VCITCU IT lit WINNIPEG (CP) - Maltland Sieinkopf. Manitoba's provincial secretary, was served with a writ Monday; . three nours after the third session of the . 2Tth Manitoba Legislature eon- " - 1 LIm Mh - ctwyw mum whv he should sit as a TThis was revealed during the afternoon session by Premier Robtln as he spoke during second raadlnt of a bill, the Intent of which is to clarify Mr. Stetn- ' hoofs position. Tk. miMtkn of the cabinet minister's ellalblllty came to light last spring Just before the legislature prorogued. It involved a possible Infraction of the Legislative Assembly Act In view of work Mr. Sieinkopf did as an unpaid agent of the gov- affnmMit in arranalnS the our- cfcase of property. ' The act forbids any pen who executes a contract for the crown Involving the expenditure of public money to hold a seat " RECEIVES NEGRO LEADER ICA5TEL GANDOLTU, tiaiy (Reuters) Pope Paul received In ' audience Monday at his Summer residence here Rev. Cider G. Hawkins, moderator of the 176th General Assembly of the United - Presbyterian Church In the United States. Hawkins la the first Negro to hold' the Assembly post tSaffles asked the question la the Com. mons Monday, Justice Minister Guy Favreaa replied: "The question is under study and we will take the best course in the' interests of Justice" . Earlier, be told Creditiste Leader Real Caouette ha has no" Information of the present whereabouts of Banks. DIDN'T APPEAR - After Banks did not appear in court Monday a formality to get a date. for the hearing of incitement charges against him and 13 other SIU members his lawyer said he didn't know his client's whereabouts either. His ball of 11.000 was cancelled. It had been allowed on the charge of. conspiracy to vo- Iate the Canada Shipping Act The Ottawa Journal TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1964. 17 146 to 9 Vote Compromise in the Cards? 1 - 1 ' t ' . t" v., I ; KILLED IN BUS ACCIDENT i win hm --.vsasyei STILL UNDECIDED , Attorney General Robert Kennedy talks with . newsmen from his car as he leaves a conference with Mayor Robert F. Wagner at Grade Mansion in New York City Monday. Wagner later said be would an- " nounce in a few days whether or not he would support Kennedy for U.S. Senator for New York. Kennedy has said he would not run without Wagner's approval. He v returned to Washington' after the meeting. 7 ' - ' . .' (Afslnraat Wlraplwtet AT DMOCRATIC PARTY CONVENTION Johnson May Pull a Surprise In Selection of Running Mate By ARCH MacKENZIE Prase Staff Writer The choice of a running mate for President Johnson is the only major element of mystery going Into the U.S. Democratic party's ' nominating ' convention next week at Atlantic City. But while the selection of the vice presidential nominee in theory Is a matter for the pres idential candidate. In fact Johnson's hands srer less free than be might like. . . There might be a genuine sur prise . m ; store, however, for those observers who have settled on either of Minnesota's two senators, Hubert Hum phrey, S2, and Eugene McCarthy. 41. ,' ! The wary fact that so much prominence has b 0 n No Bri In Girouard (By The CP) the Commons voted over Creditiste ob jections Monday to approve a report declaring there was no bribery or breach of parliamen tary privilege Involved la. MP Gerard Girouard's break, with the Social Credit party. - The Commons defeated, let to t, a motion' by the Creditiste group to refer the case back to the, Commons privileges and elections committee and have it submit "conflicting testimony to the Ontario attorney general's department . : . . -Creditiste Leader Real Caou cut and bis deputy, Gillee Gre-goire (Lapointe), said that sine conflicting testimony was given under oath by members of Par liament, someone must havi committed perjury. All by inciting sailors to 'walk off their ships to attend a demonstration in Ottawa last October. : The demonstration was In pro test against establishment of the federal board of. trustees over maritime unions. The trustees later deposed Banks.. la the corridor, a superior court bailiff again vainly waited in an attempt 'to serve the con-. tempt charge warrant Banks hsd unsuccessfully sppealed the contempt case to the Supreme Court of Canada. The action was Initiated by Upper Lakes Shipping Company Limited of Toronto, owner of a ship picketed by SIU members in 19(3 in Three Rivers, Que-despite a Superior Court injunc- tton against such union' action. these two names might explain why President Johnson ' would choose somebody else en the theory that this would be less disruptive for party unity, " KENNEDY IS OUT The vice-presidential stakes narrowed considerably when President Johnson ' removed Attorney-General Robert Kennedy as a runner. That was done before Kennedy's backers really had achieved much morn en turn. Politically, It had merit because the Kennedy name Is mud In the south where Senator Barry Gold water's Re-pa b 1 1 c a a following outstrips Democratic strength. - Since then. Senator Hum phrey's supporters have been building on a steady bead of team for the liberally-minded bery -MPs After defeating the Creditiste motion, the Commons approved the report without further de bate. One Liberal backbencher, Vincent D r o I a '(Argenteuil- Deux Montagnes), supported eight Creditistes In the vote. Larry Pennell (L Brant- Hal dimand). acting chairman of the privileges and elections committee, urged the House. te approve the report quickly and definitely, i He said "the healing power of rime" should end the contro versy which started last April 2T when Mr. Girouard, MP for Label!, said after Joining the Progressive Conservative, parry that he bad been offered Induce ments by Keith Davey, national organizer, to Join the Liberal party."..;. ' . " i- Mr. Girouard, who listened without comment to the debate, left the chamber Just before the vote on the Creditiste proposal was taken and returned after- wards.- : .-! " PM Sees BNA Act ress (By The CP) Prime Min ister Pearson expressed conA- denc Monday that progress wui ne made next month at uuulottetowa m agreeing on- a formula ' to give Canada full self powers of constitutional amendment. The provincial premiers and ma federal government are to meet in , Chariottetawa to serve the 100th anniversary of the first meeting there of the Fathers of Confederation. Mr. Pearson said be can't think of a better place to take m constitutional . amendment question. , . i ", Mr. Pearson told the Commons in reply to oooosition questions that there. have been consultations with ail provincial! governments on the question. Gov't Chiefs f Envoys Going On Arctic Tour (7 The CP) A party of 2$ governmtm officials, diplomats and businessmen headed bv Northern Affairs Minister Lainc wilt tour Arctic communities for nine days later this month. it was announced today. ine group win include Sir Henry Liatott, British high corns mlssioner to Canada, and five embassadors John Knox of Denmark, Carol da Ferrartss Salrano of Italy, A. H. S. Lo- vink of The Netherlands, Ragn- vald Bagge of Sweden and Dimce Belovskl of Yugoslavia. .It will leave OtUwa Aug. 22 on an RCAF C-I aircraft, re turning Aug. II." Points to be visited .include Resolute, Cambridge Bay, Tut toyaktuk, Aklavik and Inuvihi ,. ' WRITES MEMOIRS CADENABBIA, IUly Vft Konrad Adenauer, former West German chancellor, arrived here Monday for a vacation he says will be a working holiday. He is busy writing hisfmemolra. man who suffers from soma of the same political disadvan tages as Kennedy did, ev though he Is the favorite of most party figures plus labor. Tht Humphrey name Is no at traction In the south. He was a co-sponsor of the Civil Rights Act among other things. Oa a mora personal level, while he has been praised often by President Johnson, be spay be too ebullient, talkative and full of ideas which be throws oft an the run to win the unqualified admiration of the president ukes McCarthy , ' Rightly or wrongly, k Is as sumed by many here that left to his own devices. President Johnson would choose Senator McCarthy wit boat, hesitation. McCarthy is a Roman Population: 19,272,000 Biggest Gains In Ontario, Quebec, BC (By The CP) Canada's populatioa Climbed to an esti mated li.m.0e at July I. the bureau of statistics reported today. . ,. . V This represents - an increase of 244 .set a one year and Jump of 1JM.IM since she cen sus of June t. 1M1. Among toe provinces; the largest numerical gain eta July L 1N2. was m Ontario 142JM people. Quebec was next with an increase of SSSOt. then British Columbia with a rise of .4i.Ni. - - :., - . , Tha ether numerical increases: Alberta, 2S.M Sas. katcbewan, M.eN; Newfound land.. l.tM: Manitoba, g.Kt; New. Brunswick, 2.IM; - Nova Scotia, MOO; Yukon, 1.100. ! "The populations of Prince Edward Island and the Northwest Territories remained unchanged from July 1 of last year.. - - : .." B.C. had the biggest percentage gain 2.7 per cent lot-lowed by Ontario with' 2.2 per cent. Newfoundland was third with aj. l.t-per-cent Increase. . -Other1- percentage iacreae Quebec and Alberta, both 14 per cent; Saskatchewan, 1.1: Manitoba, J; New Bruaswick. .f; Nova Scotia, .4. ; The estimated populatiooj of the provinces on July 1 this year compared with a year aar- ben itn Nfld. P.E.L N.S.- N.B. Que. One Man. Sask. Alta. b.c ; , Yukon N.W.T. mum 117.000 tilooo: 107.1 TSI.0W 14,000 17.0 SJ72.0H I.47S.000 t. 004.000 1. 41.000 . SSI.0W . 041,000 044.000, OH OOt a 431 ,0)01) lvS04Tp4)0j) L742.000 1,0)7.000 i.vv u.eve 2J.000 2S.000 sition .1 -i-f. '.- Chief Held In. Guiana ' GEORGETOWN (Reuters) - British Guiana's police Monday detained for questioning Forbes Burnham. leader of the main op pos ttloa People's; National Congress Party, after a' awe the- party's- headquarters here. ' No explanation for his detesv tioa was issued. Police Commissioner Pater Owen said "then will be very Important osvckipinents. , j , The move was the latest da valopment in four months of un rest between Indians and Afri cans In this sugar and rice eotr ony in which more than 100 pen eons died and 1JM houses and millions of dollars worth of su gar crops went up In flames. Owen said m an official state ment Monday that police were inquiring Into more than 1.060 murders. Among them were 22 committed in Georgetown, including cases la which women were bombed la a shop and a cinema and children were burned tn their beds. : FIVE KILLED TN CLASHES LAGOS W Five persons were reported killed during the weekend in renewed tribal dashes in the northeastern Ni gerian Tiv 'division. How were looted and burned Jn the village of Ulam,- a police spokesman said. ' Catholic, and would strengthen the Democratic party ticket. He is an old and good friend of the president, a supporter m the 100 nomination fight with the ' lata president Kennedy. Also huporunt. say 'observers view the president as a I L'ZrZTV? quiet but effective operator who! probably ia closer to the type of r vtcn nt'essdent Jeassson wants.- . - But bis choice might alienate Important sections of the party oa the eve of the elections I forces which naval been drum ming steadily for Senator Hum phrey and who Include elements disgruntled wbeotf Robert Kennedy, was scratched. - . -JT Party Chiefs Meet On Flag Deadlock - HOFFA SENTENCED ; . Teamsters president James R. Hoffa speaks tn newsmen as he arrives at the Federal Building in ' Chicago Monday Just before he was sentenced to five years m prison and a S10.000 fine by Federal Judge Richard Austin for fraud in obtaining huge loans for hat union's pension fund. Hoffa was sentenced to four concurrent terms of five years each on the four counu of which be was found guilty. - .' ' ... lAfMewl Wt-eobetol REVEAL RCAF AID Turkish Raid Jets Canadian-Built? (F Tha CP) Four mem bers of the RCAF sUll are sta tioned in Turkey to assist the Turkish Air Force in operation ot Canadian , built ..Sabre Jet fig11 tars, informed sources said ' Authorities said they have no definite knowledge that Canadian-made Sabres took part in Turkey's air attack en the northwest, coast of Cyprus a week ago, but that th was a possibility. - The Sabres which participated ia the attack oa.Greek-Cypriot positions ia Cyprus reportedly ilew from Eskisehir, where two of the Canadian airmen are stationed. The two other RCAF members are In' Ankara, the' Turkish capital. Under Canada's mutual aid program to NATO aUies ia Europe, this country gave Turkey 107 Sabres and the same number to Greece. 4Jp to ls. Can ada had supplied 24 per cent of ine. material strength ef the Greek Air Force and IT per cent of the Turkish. In money, these contributions amounted to SHIPMENTS SUSPENDED External Affairs Minister Martin announced in the Corn- July I that Canada sus- tndo finitely all arms shipments to' Turkey and Greece when the Cyprus crisis arose. . . ; The RCAF announced at the inw time that Its.' logistics liaison office . in Athens was closed June 21 after II years of assisting the Greek Air Force in - maintenance of Canadian-made Sabres.' . . The counterpart liaison office la Turkey still is functioning. rever, mainly because Tur key is contiuning to use Sabres hila Greece is replacing ts Sabres with more modern The United States, meanwhile. had delivered . to Greece and Turkey Canadian made F-104 Jet fighter-bombers during the Cyprus crisis. . , Canada, though snaring la the costs of this prog ram, has re fused to make direct F-104 deliveries to the two nations; STARTED IN 1001 In 1MI, Canada and the U.S. agreed to produce 141 F-M4s at Canadalr Limited. Montreal, for their NATO mutual aid programs. The U.S. put up (IN.-000,000 for this program, Canada ui.eot.too. When the Cyprus crisis broke la March.' Canada and the U.S. agreed that all early deliveries of F ls4s should be la the name "OPOSE CENTRE ."""f- HALIFAX CP) A pro- tre for Halifax, to serve the four Atlantic provinces, ' was1 discussed here Monday at a ene-dey meeting of the Canadian Association for Retarded Children. Robert F. Shaw, president of the national association, aald the subject was brought up so the four provincial governments would know what was planned when tlNry were approached for flsmrt 1 .7.; v " ' 1 of the U.S. only. Production is scheduled te continue until Oc tober, !.;, :):, j ; r When the United Nations .ores In Cyprus began 01 tiona March 27, the reconnais sance squadron of the Royal Canadian Dragoons began to patrol with British units the northwest coast area ia the vicinity of Kokklna and Man-soura. villages held by encir cled Turklsa-Cyprlois. - However, the Swedes later took over this. area which was hit a week ago by Turkish Air I Force Jeis a support of the ee- leaguered Turkish-Cypriots. Aa uneasy cease. ire now Is to effect between Cyprus and Tur-koy., . - Disarmament Study Project In North Bay NORTH BAY (CP) A group of university students has been conducting a research project since Mey to get some Idea of the effect .disarmament would have on this community of 47,-0M with shout 12 per cent of its labor force oa the RCAF payroll. 1V. Arthur Pape, 22, a graduate philosophy student of the University of Toronto, and 14 other members of the combined universities campaign for .uutear disarmament have spent the summer here doing research. The project is entirely self-supporting. In n random selection sample of 211 North Bay res Id eats, which Mr. Paps said was sufficient to make, the sampling accurate, the group asked 4 questions. The answers have been analysed by a computer In Toronto. -'" ; Asked what effect the removal ot military installations near here a Bomarc missile site, aa electronic Semi Automatic Ground Environment centre, and the RCAF air station would have on the economic welfare of the community, M per cent answered that It would have "serious" or "some" of-fed while 14 per cent answered that R would have "little" or "no" effect.'. .; -f. "The military bases are the largest single contributor te the economy ot the area.' Mr. Jspe said today la an interview. "If disarmament wort to come -tomorrow. North Bay would suffer severely and there-tore this city presents a real political obstacle to disarmament." . . - --- y . :, - . MUFTI DDES TRIPOLI. Libya (Reuters) The Mufti of Libya. Sheik Mohammed Abou Al Asaad AJ Atom, died here Monday at S4. He had played a prominent role In the national movement prior to his country's Independence and was president nT the Libyan constituent assembly. (By The CP) - The explo sive parliamentary flag debate could take on a new complexion today. All opposition party leaders have indicated they will attend e conference called by Prime Minister Pearson for 12 noon; apparently ia aa effort to arrive at a compromise oa a nag oe- sign. The conference was to take place after, the ninth day ot Commons debate Monday on the government's proposed designthree red maple leaves oa a white background with blue bars at each Aide. Monday saw the first formal. vets In the debate, with the government emerging victorious. . By a . vote of M to M the House upheld a ruling by Speaker Alaa Maenaughton re. striding debate on a Conservative sub-amendment to the gov, emment'a. flag resolution. . However, the ruling had prar. tlcalty no effect on the free wheeling debate. The five Conservatives who spoke continued to roam through all aspects of the controversial Issue despite objections from Justice: Minis, ter Favreau. government' House Leader, and the chair. The vote on the Speaker's rul ing wss takes after Canserva- of "closure," -won an over again," and "the pipe line debate." : . Opposition Leader Dief en- baker protested that any r strictloa of debate oa the sub- amendment waald be com pletely untenable and would b applkatioa of the guillotine un justly." . . . ' Such a restriction would b "an Indirect form of closure." said Gordon Churchill (PC-r Winnipeg South Centre), Opposition House leader. . CALLS FOR PLEBISCITE The sub-amendment, proposed Thursday by Ken More .(PC Begins), proposes that the original Conservative flag amend stent catling .for a national , plebiscite contain four specific1 questions. Mr. Diefenbaker proposed the amendment asking for a plebiscite sfter'the govern -rnenf Introduced Its flag resolution June II. Mr. Mora's sub-amendment proposed Jhat Canadians, be asked whether they are In fa ct the Canadian Red Ea- wbether the Ensign should behanxed to show the heri tage of. the two foundings races and whether they are te favor of a threenaple leaf design or a one-mapleN1eaf design. Mr. Favreaupratested thai the first speaker Monday. Har old Danfortb (PC-Kant, Ont.). was not confining histmarks to the 'four questk McNsughton agreed; ruled speakers must restrict remarks to the sub-am endment and bad his decision promptly challenged by Mr. Diefenbaker. The Speaker's ruling was upheld by 12 Liberals, seven Creditistes, three members of the Social Credit party and Tom Burnett (NDP Comox At-berni). It. was opposed by II Progressive- Conservatives and eight NDP. members. Commons Cheers; (By The CP) Mrs.. Jean. Wsdos. fonaerty Mrs. Jean Casseiman, was wsjlcosned back . to . the Commons Monday by Prime Minister Pearson and Opposition Leader Diefenbaker. Mrs. Wadds. MP for Gran ville-Dundas, waited la the Con servative lobby until the House took official cngnitsnce.ef bar marriage Aug. I to . Toronto stockbroker Robert Wilson Wadds. " Eric Winkler (PC Grey Bruce), Conservative . whip, esked Speaker Alaa Maenaughton to have necessary changes made in Commons records "in view of the fact the member for Granville Dundas has changed bar name." . : There was a burst of applause when Mrs. Wsdds took her seat. Mr. Pearson said all nsora-hers Joined In Mrs. Wadds' happiness, and added that his own exuberance was based on the thought that with bar new do mettle responsibilities Mrs. Wadda might not stand tor reelection. i Mr. Diefenbaker said aU Conserve rive rnambers wera coruS. dent, that aha weald continue in be the MP- for GreyvUle-Dun-

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