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: OOlNO TO THE DOQS? 80 you've bought a puppy, and now you're wondering about showing him? Well, tee Saturday Section. TEEN 8 BUILD $20,000 HOME Rideau technical students have built an all-electric bungalow in Alta Vista.' Saturday Section. SPADE. AND TROWEL What with drought and more expensive water Tate&r sprlnkllng and watering priorities are discussed and the lawn comes lastl Around Uw Woe 14 ... Ait New and VMM . Bally Church . : . ClaaaillaS Ad Comka . ' . DaUy Ciwirl Xdllortala .... Face of Ottawa financial Si. M . ss-st U. 41 XL1. .- ,s .. s. 300 Dead 't Regain By ARNOLD AMBEK ,. LEOPOLD VI LLE (Reuters) - Congoles government troops Friday drove leftist rebel force from the import- .ant eastern city of Bukavu leaving 300 persons. Including even Europeans, dead in the . streets, radio reporta said. ', Bukavu, the fifth largest ' city ta the Congo, was deva stated during the three days of ; fighting; electricity, water and telephone were cut off, ac eordine ta renorta 1 to ' the! Uiflted Nation her. " r Diplomats her aald the army's victory was the most significant in the four-month-old struggle againat the rebel, who control one-sixth of the -country. . --. l.M EXPELLED " '. ' ' Meanwhile, in LeopoMville Friday more than 1,000 per- . son were expelled by ferry acrou the Congo river to Brazzaville, capital of the former Trench Congo. ,? ;. I Bias Hurts German Jobs , FRANKFURT (UPI) Congo , Southern European girl who I- work In West Germany have . a hard time finding a husband when they get back home, ", f according to the federal em-' ptoyment office. This is particularly true In 'turkey, Spain, Greece end . Italy, spokesman aeid,-"where West Germany is con- idered place where girls succumb to manifold tempta-j . nons. - - v . This prejudice goes so fsr that most Southern European : gins stay noma' now 10 avoia , any possible stigma, he said. NOT EVERYBODY Block SfeZoiif b ') " WINNIPEG (Special) It ' looks as If the historic Manl-" tobs plsc name of La Riviere l is aim eats, jui wpparan , of It are chortling In glee"1 over the seeming defeat of a . .lfl4uA In u ll th Hffil ftf a radio station. ' The radio station is CKY ,' and some time ago it ap-t proacned the residenta of '. La Riviere with a proposition. , .If jthey would change the name of their vitiate to the Crae Indian name, Setkay-' wye, then the radio station vwouia gtvs tn viHsge spa-eiaj tourist publicity. 7CALE LETTERS - ' The Indian nam, when pro-. : nounced, came out as the call ; fetters of the station, CKY. The nam La Riviere, I an . old and respected name- in Manitoba history, dating hack tn tha are aaHlamant ; day - of th French fur trader. But in spile of H ! historical significance, ths villagers, in a vote,' agreed , to th change, s..,.,...;; Goran a Bckifa .- M ' Htu Tik : ; It KIKalan ....... MorM M. 4! Muatc and Dtama - 1 Maw Beeora ...... 44 parte fc- S-I Tall Ma Whir , 40 Travel .-,.,j..-.. T TV. Kadta - 41. 4 WeekeM Creaewefd M Woman' Nawi 1S-J1 Youn AdulU' a . 44 - Troops Sim Expulsion of all nationals in the -Congo (Brazzaville) and Burdundi, snd .some nationals of Mall, was announced Wednesday. . , ; . . Trucks carry ini those to be expelled from the former Bet- gias Congo began arriving at the dock here Friday after noon. An official said it would take at least a month tp com plete the expulsions. ' " The total number of person ta be expelled, because they are citizens of countries al-legexfly aiding the-rebel, was; variously estimated at between 35.000 and 100.000. ' ' FULL RETREAT : The rebels . were reported earlier in fun retreat on the road to Shanbunda, the west- era approach to Bukavu along which they launched their sur prise attack Wednesday. , According ' to one report, about ISO former Katangeee gendarmes provided much of the driving force behind the army's defence of the key city, also the capital of Central Kivu province. The Belgian consul in Bu kavu urged non-Congolese who fled when the rebel attack be gan v to return and it-open tneir (nop. - The control of the town fol lowed a 24-hour offensive by some 1,000 government troops reinforced ' Thursday . ; night rrom Leopoldviue. MISSING MEN ' r : . V Meanwhile,, there wtw eta no word of the whereabouts of three American missing tine Wednesday. Helicopters were aiding m tne search. - -, The missing men were Lt Col. Donald V. Tattah. 39; Col William A. Dodds, SO, i Vice-Consul Lewie R. MacFar- lane, as. .- .. - Turn to Fage 4 GOVT HAS HIS PRICE , Neither they, nor the radio station could have been prepared for the outraged blaat that resulted. - It cam from the press, the Manitoba Historical Society and government official. The Winnipeg Free Press,' In editorial, comment, - had this tossy; . y.' - , , - "Every men, the old saying goes, ha his price. , So, it seems, doe every town uity OTTAWA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1964 - Sanest 7.S8 ajn. fr r" SIXTY PAGES Leonard Tragedy No Election at Stake 79TH YEAR 215 Three From Cjty Die in Wreck ' By PETER JACKMAN ' . . , .of The Journal Too late, Basil Czopyk hit the brakes of his gravel truck. .;- It slammed into the fourth car of a crack . Ottawa-Montreal passenger train at the level crossing in Leonard, 3 miles east of Ottawa, ' Friday morning. Dght persons three from Ottawa were killed and 20 others injured. ' Raif traffic is (till being rerouted around the scene as two big cranes untangle the wreckage. ' EIGHT VICTIMS IDENTIFIED V ' - . , .All eight victim have been positively identified. ,' They were: i? ,"; BaB Czopyk, 43, of .'330 Friel Street, driver of the "gravel truck; . "; Rev. Mother Marie de St, Maurice, 63. bursar of the . Order of Joan of Arc Sister. 439 Sussex1 Drive; , - Mr. Mm ralaer. 37, of 108 Metcalfe Street: Rev. Sister St Eliza of the Congregation of Notre Dame, Antifonish, NS, a former principal of Gloucester Street Convent; f . Andre Roy, 18, of St Gervais, Quebec Mmk)ae Roy, 48. an aunt of Andre Roy, SL Gervai. Quebec; - - ' ' Desatrlus Georgfles, about 30 years old, of 6201 Sherbrooks Street. Montreal; '. Mrs. laas-Faul Fonlia, of Quebec City. IN CRITICAL CONDITION St Louis Marie de Montfort Hospital reports only on of the three most seriously injured of the 20 passengers, treated after the wreck remains in critical condition. She is: ' i' ' -,' ' .- . Mies Janet White of 157 Wesley Avenue. Rev. Gastoa LassnuS. of the Redemptorist monastery r"In'Aylmer Is In ttlrly good condition. ... ."' .. , - ; '' Rev. Sifter Gbriell a Franciscan nun, is reported in 'gdod condition. ' I- . ; i At tb crash scans two hug railway cranes labored through the slight untangling the twisted wreckage. CPR officials said the track will not b restored before tonight .'..-V.. (Tuni t Pag' 17) ' ..J..: ASKED FOR kEVIEW PM Plans Probe Into CS Protests Prime Minister Pearson is going to look into Civil Servfc protest '- that the annual $10,000,000 salary , ' Increase given 65.000 in Group "B" were .."unrealistic, and inadequate,'' - New Democratic Leader T. C Dougla Friday m the Common asked him whether be would order s Treasury Board review of the salary increase, retroactive to October 1 of last year and affecting 26,000 civil servants In ths National Capital area. 5 -.: "It I my Intentioni the Prim Minister promised, "at one to discuss the matter with the Privy ' Council President (George Mcllraith) a head of the Treasury Board." ; SECOND TIME ' C : . y '- It 'was the second day Mr. Douglas had raised the issue. . Thursday he -asked Mr. Mcllraith if he thought the in creases were adequate. And Mr. Mcllraith had fair .V- -j It is possible to suppose that, if the price were right, tha. citizen of La Riviere would get down on all fours, snd bark like dogs." '''' t --; CONTINUING TREND- , The paper then went on to say that if the trend toward using Innocent villages for commercial purposes continue, it may be possible in few year time to visit the vUlages of Finger ' Lickin' r i sisted that they were, because salary - adjutmenuv for tb majority of people in .Group "B" bsd not b restricted to the cuirent average annual 3.4 per cent, but over the two-year period had comprised another 64 per .cent in the form of statutory Increases. WILL BE CONSIDERED Back - came Mr. -: Douglas Friday, this time at ths. Prime Minister, asking if protests had been received "particularly about Grade One stenoa, clerks snd typists that their. Increases wer only $90 when it has been two year since they last had raise." --- - -;-- The Prime Minister had received a telegra.n from staff associations with precisely that protest, and promised that they "will certainly be considered." At the same time ha gave Paul . Maitineau, Conservative MP for Pontine, the undertaking that he would "look Into the question of salary increases for th Common staff. ' ' Good. Don't Be Half Safe snd Fast, Fast, Fsst Relief. 4 Then the president of the Manitoba Historical Society put th knif In deeper by a declaration that "the cloea phonetic equivalent to Seeks-wye in the Crae language means "be void urine." i FINAL STRAW ' . , That did It No place nam 'can be officially changed in Canada without the approval of the National Board on' Geographical ' Name. Pro-, vlncial governments ere' represented on this board and; each province has. In effect-veto , power , against snjr nsms change . within its - -. ' . t ' Once the details cam out, particularly that translation, the Manitoba Government made h. clear that 'It win have no part of the change. , And there the matter rests, with the citizenry " of La . Riviere and perhaps even th management of . the radio atation wondering what hit tlrMtta " '.' , " ' ' B"Ugl REV. 'MOTHER MARIE DE ST. MAURICE REV. SISTER ST. ELIZA 'liH! s.i 0, 1 . 2 . .- ... By RICHARD JACKSON St.m FOR OPENING DAY of The Journal ' Parliament this weekend could be on the brink of. peace in the Flag War. Prime Minister Pearson has told the Commons that the government" "it not opposed" to turning over to an all-party Parliamentary - Committee the whole question of the flag..- ; . Provided, he specified, there were ' Ex' Crowd Sets N ew Reco rd Offici a Is A record-breaking M.42S per sons filed through the turnstiles lor Friday' rjpening of the Central Canada Exhibition. Previous, record of U.SS4 was act ta ISfjL Last year's spew ing day attendance waa .anly 3M0.' . t' PM OPENS 'EX - j , . Prime Minister Pearson formally opened the 'Ex1 Friday eight. - Speaking ' directors and guests, be said recent emphasis at the 'Ex' has swung "perhaps too much from exhibits ta excitement;" from edu cation to entertainment; from prize stock to prize beauties; from displaying the best of our farms to. offering ths most In gayway glitter." ?'''( " But he admitted these attractions had become necessary to draw big crowds. , And CCEA officials were "all smiles"" at the opening day re cord. Everybody, . - said a spokesman., is coming out for the new midwsy and "more fat S4." Said' CCEA General Manager Jack Clarke, "now, if only this weather-botda." i The- Boy Scout reported 111 children lost on the grounds Friday, ranging m age from three, to -II years for one out of-towa visitors - : ' 11 PATIENTS ' - 4 t ; The. SL' John's Ambulant gave mat aid to nearly 1SS people, moat having upset sto- a -.ai V Eye Weather V a ne machs or indigestion. There1 arere also minor cuts,, and sprains. .- ? ' .. :. Opening -day was quiet' for police and firemen on the IS FORCED TO 'Cruel' Conditions Halt CNE Swim By PHIL CORNFORD , TORONTO StP) Egyptian Abdei Latif Abou Heif Friday came within four mile of be coming the sixth conqueror of, Lake Ontario but succumbed,! with ' 17 other syimmersT to condition described as "crueL" The 17-year-old army major went further than anyone else tn the 32-mile Canadian Na tional Exhibition marathon, but was dragged cold and semiconscious from the choppy lake 19 hours after he started out from St. Catharines on the south shore. The CNE sport committee was to meet today to decide how to distribute the $17,900 purse end Helf, who would have won $7,000 had h finished, was expected to get a big share. Chairman Allan Lamport indicated all IS swimmers would receive some money. WITHIN SIGHT - Icy. four-foot waves whipped up by IS-mile-an-hour winds ;- ; P :; .tie Latest, elephant jokeiu . , it Prime Minister Pearson and Mayor Whriton trade laughs over the CCEA'S mascot elephant Bimbo at a dinner m th Assembly Hall to officially' open thS "Ex" Friday night. Joke: How does an elephant look after dinner? Stuffed? . V lime limits on debate both in the Committee and the House itself. I In support are both New Democratic Leader T. C. Douglas and Social Credit Leader Robert Thomp- " son, and Creditiste Leader Real Ca-ouette offers no objection. Finally; -Conservative Opposition Leader Diefenbaker is for it: - "Let the Committee go to work; give it a couple of months,' he counselled, promising, "I shall play my part" grounds. Six wsllets contain mg small amounts of money wer turned in. Parking complaints cam from a few residents near Lansdowne Park. QUIT battered away the strength of Keif, who won last year's 15- mue CNE swim snd was second this year in th 7S-mUe Laky Michigan marathon. - He and 22-year-old Holland-born Judith de Nys surrendered - within sight of Toronto's skyline when they aeemed to have the iwim in their grasp. Turn ta Pag 4 CRUEL Conscience ;:Vv Eased . . . by $400 An uneasy conscience has enriched the Federal Finance Department by $400. ' The department received this anount through the matt Aug. 17. The letter wa postmarked Ottawa. No nam or reason for the donation waa given. . i The five party leaders on th end will be assessing this new snd (till fluid front in th. War. And lust . possibly, -continu ing tneir summit meetinp next week,) hammer out the hard term of s negotiated peace. By far the biggest thing that happened Friday, tn the thinking of the backbenchers of all Ave parties, is that the prime. -minister has taken the flag out from under the .threatening shadow of general election. If and whea ParilaiMnt faces Its - Moment sf Bag truth, the vote win be "free". -with each MP making ay bis . awa mind free and dear af the worry, fear at hop that be might be toppling the "No lectM wni be at atak --on th votes," (aid tn prim minister, "and Parliament win max the decision on tb individual will of all it members."- .... While the two commanders-in-chief were edging nervously . . towards ths brink of peace, there were rumors among the MP not only of a compromise on th debet and its conduct, but on the design of th flag " Itself. . . f--. The prim minister . hsd modified his initial stand that th life of his government was staked on th mapl leaf flag. And the Opposition leader had modified his that there could be no limitation of the debate to save th Canadian, r-Red Ensign. , , FIND ONE FLAG -Now, asked these MPs, might it not be possible hst each could go a step further snd agree to And on flag in place" of the two. the Mapl Leaf and the Union Jack that would satisfy an Canadians. - . Turn t Page 4 FREE r Youth Dies In Flaming Crash ALEXANDRIA (Special) A 17-year-old farm worker died '.early today trapped m a flaming truck on Highway 34, two ! miles south of here, t Dead is Donald Joseph Tei-ilier. 17. of Balnsville, Ont ' Lancaster OPP ConsUbl J. W. McGrath said the youth wu travelling north on High way 34 at IM a.m. after leav. Ini e local dance ball - His vehicle left the road ana rolled' over several times before landing on its roof snd bursting into flames. Police were unable to release the youth from the flaming inferno. Alexandria Volunteer Fir Brigade extinguished th blaze -and Alexandria Coroner, Dr. Moses Markson, pronounced the youth dead. Mr. Tellier is survived by his parents, 'Mr. snd Mrs. Fran cis Tellier, a .brother Robert and sister Joanne, ell of Dal- housie MllU. Ont. " . l, ' POUCE DIRECTOR - An Ottawa potic ConsUbai Meryl Cameron wu elected a director of th Polka Association of Ontario at It 32nd annual convention in London, Ont. Friday.