The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa,  on August 19, 1964 · Page 17
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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 17

Ottawa, Canada
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Wednesday, August 19, 1964
Page 17
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I I ... A ; 1 r-:rJ-. LBJ, BARRY ON THE MOVE 1 t -V The Ottawa Journal WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 19M 17 The Exhibition's Taking Shape ' 4 ? a. I a WW I I I I I I ' """" ...... 7 i -- , ' H Set to Go Friday - -J zi3 1 "W'U 6J Hi nortiai j H." Jti l M CIV (M ! i r r ' Loif-Mnufe instructions Ss a a n General manager Jack Clarke mans the telephone and M the fair approaches, ; Bimbo,' the exhibition't tymbol, ia kept nearby . ' WMH un wura hi g01 w, He wants the slogan to stand from I a.m. Friday when the gates opea to midnight a week from Saturday when they i close. . ..-,... CANT MISS And the man responsibla for the nine day show. General Manager Jack Clarke, says the 'M edition is so .organised that It can't miss living op to the ' sragan. , i , a What's the more ia tot slogan. a Here's a aample. , Red Skltoo 6o the" grandstand the first two days, ia-cluding a Saturday latlnoo. . . Andy Williams ea the grandstand all aaxt week. Backed as by the Osmond Brothers who hae starred ea his show.-NEW MIDWAY A aew midway.' Amused ments of America with H rides."' " !''-. a- A bigger, a better Inter-CHy Exhlblttoo parade Saturday mornmg. ' : The NOR AD hand With ks twice a day free concert' That's a hit of H. Ex of-flciats lay thereat moch more. like the flotilla down the Rideaa Canal Saturday fast before parade time to grra parade fan on the Driveway route an added treat. ' A big -ladles' dayprograra 1 ii-i 'vU-n r ' X-.- , . I f' . f, y . - : !i Orders Out ... .; . 1 : ... .... . ., , . . , . I "T?9 ! Rush it! v Tuatday conptot witk trau- .tr t --a i Ttof tb-ntor at Un- huM d fathio ho, 't; 'r 1 dow Prk iDdir. And cw dy win at . r!.':::a' Andlooornm. . cnptaUljr lurnUhJ bun, .J J 7r " . rtny of wortawu it puttinf lon: grounds and buildings In an- - I'-Sf Ucipalioa of aa exhibitioa T- I f J SJ V . . . K .... . . r f g v r j Pinpoints Bankruptcy . 5 r-i'f irs TORONTO (CP) -. Donald Jupp, president of the Canadian Construct ioa Association, has warned huyera to he careful they doa't get caught by a contractor! bankruptcy, r He said Tuesday the present increased construct ma pace may encourage some firms to over-expand their operations or aew. inexperienced firms to set p shop. "Bay a re of construct ion should therefore be all the more careful ia assuring themselves that they are entrusting their capital outlays to competent. Oaancially stable contractors." S ) 1?iVjjf J In ike first 'three month of this year IM coastructioa com-paniea HnCaneda worn Into bankruptcy 'compared with 171 ia the similar . US) period, aa increase of IS per cent. Their liabilities- totalled $11.- 3M.IM, aa increase of 41 per cent compered with mat year. The association has been pressing for years for a review of bankruptcy legislation. i :(( I p. . - - 1 -. y i ; i . v the final touches to the V f S - ''' ' - i j w aav t. . ... raw - . , i,t - i, v Y''i Av -. ''ImTHs. sWu 1,1-n 1 riM i Hi-Tn1 V ! 0..1 i.Ti fcrf m1,i - ; Up and Ready - Heather Brown awalti Friday opening. ' , v .' . .) ' , ,v ' ;' ' tfeiael ffeete hp Pcsalaloa Wlee) Presidential Gandidates Set Date For Vote Showdown Campaign ( . AHin nsucnufi ', WASHINGTON (CP) Prel-dent Johnson and Senator Barry GoMwater , fcave, let official ttarUng dates for thir election Campaigns. J . ' la tact, they are both already well on the road to the November showdown, at what It expected to be an unusually fluid and probably bitter campaign, latest public opinion tamp- lings thow that perhaps N per cent of the mora than Tl.tet.tee eligible voters haen't made up their mlndt. , ., '. ,! ( . -they(' thow 'that day-day rvents such as the gulf of Tonkin naval Incidents and Negro riots In northern U.S. ckies can cause significant shift.; '..!' ,They wggett that November is a long way off. i The president hat said be wltl hold hi fir witH after next week' Democratic ' convention anoints him of ficmHy-Aug. . But while tome Democrats grumble that he's starting too slowly, Johnson as a 24-bour-a day politiciaa seems adequate- fy active .tbra. professed non-cempeltner." " ' . i ON THE MOVB ' He bat been having needy round of dinners with targe and Influential group and a &um- ber of press. con(erenceiwHe has lashed back at Goldwater" allegation concerning what eetpdni were tpecmeg for U.S. sir, .strikes against, North, Vim The Republican senator sug gested that the president, ap-pearedwlnclude tmelear weapons m the arseokl that could be used If necessary.'' Johnson denied it speedily ea hnee and harmful talk...' ...;.; But If the president has ); stayed pretty ctoe le the white bouse, hi family with hi blessing has beta flitting actively eroand the country from Lady Bird' river excursions oa a rubber , raft in the Western Rockies', to .'various barbecues and other socializing by daughters Lynda Bird, M, and Lad Balnea. IT. .., , . Challenger Goldater fired hi ' owe starting gua a long time ago although he ha set .yy, v... Sepc S la hi native Arizona a the official opening date of hie campaign. jt ,f v ,J One , interesting phenomenon of the campaignr to far, which some suggest smacks oi the IMS carnpaJgn when Harry Truman upset Republican challenger Thomas Dewey, It the (arte mass or voter outside those already committed. ' ' ' bme are , uemocrats irom the South who cannot stomach the Civil Rights Act and who emotionally and phlloeophlcally seem ion- Goldwater ",wava- lontth.. '';' ' Other are Republican moderates who dislike the Goldweter rtghtwing slant. It may be a measure of thing to come that the civil right Issue, end the Negro, . regarded generally as the key under tying i. " , ..' Issue of the campaign., have been avoided to far by both leader." '. ""''";,' 'i ?. s '; Northern Negro riot bene- flted Goldwater in the Eastern U.S. end trimmed Johnson's lead, pollster toy. Conversely, ' the President's quick North Viet Nam intervention earned him points in the South where Goldwater. leads the president w many areas. . . '1 ' "' '.

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