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August 21, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 5

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New SA Commander Pushes Modern Ideas TORONTO (CP)-"We shall try lo put the Salvation Army on wing," joked Commissioner Edgar Grinstead as he outlined the flying tour he and his wife will make of Canada before he aettlet down in his new post as the territorial commander of the Salvation Army in Canada and Bermuda. He may not be. far wrong, Commissioner Grinstead. who comes to Canada after serving as the British commissioner since 1957. has some definite ideas about reaching the youth of the country. The former supervisor of Sal vation Army youth work throughout the world It enthusiastic about the "fine and virile" spirii of army work In Canada but adds: "We are going through a transitional period. We have come from a strong puritanical background but now with cars end great affluence, the church may be .losing its way among the youth. "We must find; a way to GET A NEW PAIR FREE if you Iom them 1AVI ITU 11 fS3323P?rkI speak to youth in the Idiom of today. Religious feeling Is inherent but we need a spiritual awakening. Commissioner Grinltead, him' xelf an accomplished' musician is proud of London's Joy Strings, an army group which has taken hymns and gospel songs and made them "swing" even on the steps of St. Paul's Cathedral.. "They've made the first 10 In the recording business. It) Is nothing to see them carry a crowd of 3,000 teen-ager Commissioner Grinstead plans to inaugurate such groups in Canada at soon at possible "It has priority," he says, but he feels be should study the folk content of Canadian music before they begin. "The Beatles are quite de cent bunch of fellows." he says "They express youth's desire for action. We Just have to pro vide the right kind of program to turn the energy in the proper direction." N-Power Breakthrough Like 'Dozen Niagaras1 TORONTO (CP) Premier John Roberts of Ontario says a l.OOO.OW-kllowalt nucleer power plant for the province "ensures that Canada's leading role in developing peaceful uses of the atom will continue." Premier Roberts announced Thursday a cost-sharing agree ment among the Ontario gov eminent, the Ontario . Hydro-Electric Power Commission and the federal government to build the plant, which will start feed' ing electricity Into the provin cial grid In 1970. His announcement of the project, lint reported a week ago, came Just before a similar announcement In the House of Commons by Federal Industry Minister Drury. The agreement provides that about two-thirds of the (264,000, tot .estimated cost of the nu clear plant wilt -come .from On tario. Ontario Hydro -will pay $120,000,000 an amount equal to the cost of a coal-burning power station of a ilmllar sire. The Ontario government will provide StUW.000 and .71.500,- 000 trill come from the federal government, 'fe - tir "At the national level, the plant marks an Impressive "advance along the road lo utilising the natural .and technological resources for the benefit of the entire nation," Premier Roberts said. ' .V .' "The advent of nuclear power"! en Ontario' might be compared to the discovery of a dozen new Niagara." Site of the plant' has not been selected. Ontario wants to us a 150 acre site owned by Hydro on Lake Ontario at Fairport, east of Toronto. " The station follow experimental development v hr 20.000- 1 kilowatt plant on the Ottawa River at Rolphton, Ont., and a 200,000-kilowatt station at Doug las Point, Ont., on Lake Huron, which It due to start feeding power into the provincial grid next year. . j- age One! Congo Massemba-Debat says he It for nonallgnment. but , looking forward to expanded relations with Red China to help build "scientific socialism" which will "oppose capitalism." ' The Chinese make their big gest appeal, evidently, to youth Young men played large part In the revolution last, August. Youngsters, calling themselves "revolutionary committees,"-' fan entiwhlt hatred. - There are still 1,000 French In the nation of tOO.000, but French troop protecting them, according to Matsemba Debet, will toon be withdrawn. The French civilians probably' will go, too. Without France. Brazzaville face economic chaos, but logic seem to have little to do with what goes on in many new Afri can nation, . ! a - People'. Daily of Peking says the Brazzaville regime play a "positive . role m International affairs" m Africa, It says Braz zaville energetically . supports "the people"-In other African areas m "advancing the cause of African people's solidarity to combat imperialism. . , .. , Translated, that can mean the Chinese Communists consider Brazzaville all but safely In the bag and a base for spreading violent revolution. , Dry Distilled for Crystal Clear Purity nd$mooth Delicious in long, cool cotlint nd tonic. " ' Extra smooth, even in the driest martinis. Enjoy Crystal Gin , tonight a London Dry of extra reftnemeot ' , HIRAM WALKEJt t SONS UMITtO WALKER VILLE. CANADA Linz' Harmonica Toots Irritate Yogi Berra CHICAGO (API Manager Yogi 'Berra of slumping New Ybrk Yankees and in-fielder Phil Lin became involved in a heated row over Linz' harmonica p 1 a y I n g Thursday folio wing the team" fourth straight defeat. The Yankees were on a but ln route from Comiskey Park mviini nn)wii, nicy nan Just lost 5-0 to the Chicago White Sox and dropped 4J t game off the pace In the American League pennant race . a - one-stroke lead over Tonv Lema, the British Open cham pion who was the only other one of the St pro to break ptr over the eoggy fairway and gripping reens. Matching par wer 21-year-old Tommy Weiskopf of Bedford, Ohio; Ed Griffiths, Harold Kneece, Bill Collins and Mason Rudolph. ' i' ' George Knudton of Toronto had a J7-3J-7J. US Open champion Ken Ven- turl we among those tied with 71. Venturi had a 3S-JS. PGA tltlist Bobby Nichols ell but shot himself out of contention omong those tied with himself out of contention! with a 40-3575. Iwtth a aa.ura Palmer, finished with a J4-3J Palmer, finished with a J4-JJ. THE OTTAWA JOURNAL Linz, sitting in the rear of the bus next to first baseman Joe Pepitone, took- out a harmonica and started playing it Berra, in the front of the bus, turned around . , and shouted: "Put that thing in your pocket!" There was silence for a second, then a couple of toot on the harmonica. Berra rushed toward Linz and yelled: "I said to put it away. You'd think you just won four straight" WEATHER i -i ,iW Hr. .'. . , Dominion Public Weather Office forecast: Sunny with cloudy intervals thi afternoon, Saturday variable cloudiness with chance of evening shower,; Lit tit Palmer Fires 68 AKRON, Ohio. W - Master champion Arnold Palmer, using a new putter that looks like an old heel, shot a two-under par 68 Thursday to grab the first round lead in . the tSO.000 American Golf Classic, .. -, Playing, through heavy rain during the nrst etgnt holes, Palmer' steady tame wat sur prising sine the T.1SJ-yard Firestone layout with a par of 35-Si 71 played., longer than usual. i.A , . ;,',:.. -; "I doat car ff It doe look like an eld heel,' said Palmer, "I kind like It. I took a lot or putt today but 'I wasn't putting poorty. I Just didn't make them." " . Palmer's U U S gave him change in temperature. Wind light. High today 70, low tonight and high Saturday at Ottawa 50 and 70. TEMPERATURES ". I Low last night and high Thursday at Dawson 40, 56; Vancouver 60, 70; Victoria 51, 64; Edmonton 45, 69; Prince Albert 53, 58; Regina 57, 70; Winnipeg , 58, 67; Churchill 40, 67; North Bay 43, 62; - Sudbury 43. . 63; Windsor 57. 65; London' 52, 70; Toronto 81, 64; Ottawa 45, 66; Montreal 50. 67; Qua-' pec 44, 65; Fredericton 47, 69; Halirax 53, 70; Charlotte-town 51, 68; Chicago 68, 82; Boston 54. 76; New York 65. 79; Washington 68, 85; Jack-sonvUle 72, 86; Miami 75. 92; Denver 49, 76: Tucson 74, 96; Lo Angeles 62, 73. LONDON (CP-A party of 48 I ZZiS 1 Linz appeared startled and flipped the instrument into the air toward the manager as if to give it to him. Berra angrily swatted It with- his right hand, and it bounced off Pepitone' right knee, cutting it, but not badly. "Why are you getting on me," Linz asked Berra. "I igive 100 per cent out on the ' Meld. I try to win. I should be allowed to do what I want off the field." ; Berra replied: "Play K In your room." Berra also was overheard telling Linz. "I'll take' Care of you." .. ' Berra. In his first year a manager, -then returned to hi seat, bringing on silence. Yenkee coach Frank Crosetti said later the incident was the worst he ha teen in hit 33 year with the team. Fort William Little Leaguers Lose Opener LOUISVILLE. Ky. (UPI) A young righthander, whole father died just this week, pitched Mattapequa, NY, to a 4-3 victory Thursday night over defending champion Monterrey, Mexico, in the first round of the Senior Little League World Series. ,. - "' , i Tourteen:year-old Dick Szal departed by plane immediately after the game to attend tne funeral tomorrow of hit father, Ludwig Szal. The elder Szal, pitching coach of the Matta pequa Senior A'l -Stars, was stricken by a fatal heart attack last Tuesday. In the other first-round game, Brenharo, Texas, downed Fort William, Ont, 7-4. -. Brenham face Superior Ariz., and Mattepequa meets Des Moines. 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