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SATURDAY, AUGUST 22. 1964 Doctor Describes Carnage By RICHARD CARVER ' , el The Journal "It was Ilk Normandy. 1 have not' seen anything like it line th war." That was how Dr. Irving Kennedy o( Cumberland described tha ghastly scene at tha Leonard railway crossing minute alter tha Ottawa-Montreal train wag hit by a dump truck, FIRST ON SCENE, '. . .',' , Dr. Kennedy, 'a Second World War Spitfire . pilot, was fir physician on the scene,' He (aid it area about 15 minutes before other doctors reached the pot"" ' And be described the sccm h ana ward) Carnage". a said it was "a little bit hard'' to estimate the number of dead because of the number of pieces. "You have to add the pieces to get the total," said or. Kennedy. Dr. Kennedy was firsr notified of the accident at about 1.20 a.m. - "I ran first to the clinic- to get a 'whole box of (apes and bandages a good thing .1 did because I used yards of them, he said. Then he sped In the village. VILLAGE Or HORROR (By The CP) There's a tremendous world demand for forest products and it's time the Canadian forest industry got -out of "nice, comfortable rut 'il reliance on American mar kets. Alvin Hamilton said Fri day m the Commons, . The farmer Conservative re- sources minister said Canada Is mlsatns the boat and that be Is appalled bow little has been . , ,i . done to mew me innnii. CITES CHINA - , ' . Mr. Hamilton, who recently visited Communist ' China, said . tthere U huge market there 'for Canadian forest products, especially paper." ! ' , Canada could develop !), new paper mills m the next live to 10 yesra if the forest industry were ''taken out of the kitchen." - Speaking in a debate on the Stt.4ft9.0M appropriation for the forestry department, Mr. Ham-j lltnn urued Forestry Minister "Sauve to use all his dipTomacy and charm to make the provinces and the industry aware of the OBDortunities. Forest resources came under provincial jurisdiction but Mr. Sauve had all (ha prestige of a federal minister and could dan gle markets before the provinces and the forest Industry. Mr. Hamilton said he envies Mr. Sauve's great opportu ntty. If the minister measured up, he would be the first to, praise him. IAUVE SPEAKS Mr. Sauve.' who spoke earlier. said it is important for his de-.'partment to work out with the 'provinces and universities the future course of forest research Ha would attempt to establish closer co-operation among the provinces m the fighting of lor. est fires. '.' ' . " : ,:' ' Douglas Fisher (NDPPort Arthur) said Mr. Sauve had spoken as tf he were In charge "of nothing more than a bu-l 'teaueracy. The minister was a tu of energy, education and Imagination the opportunities of his folio. : .- nartment oi neaun, . .aV-:i.I"::.;. It was a village of horror. ' "I was standing In gore," said Dr. Kennedy. Ha aid ha treated about nine people; "I believe one or two of them died on the way to hos pital,' 'he added. For those, all he .could do was administer pain-killing drugs to ease their misery. The Cumberland doctor said a local farmer, John Mnffat. and two teenaged girls helped him to treat the injured. He started to treat; the injur ed outside theprecked buffet dining car which had turned on its side,' Afterwards he crawled into (he death-trap to help oth er. .-. ' . : And Dr. Kennedy told ef the priest wee managed to walk a few steps. "His left leg was completely severed at the ankle and his right foot was nearly off," said Dr. Kennedy. "Yet be walked a few steps en that stump," As the doctor and bis ama teur assistants worked, he was called by a woman. She wanted him to look at a passenger, lying m the ground with her right arm missing. Dr. Kennedy told the woman the passenger was dead, i MISSING WORLD MARKETS -J In Rut-Hdmilton Forest Industry perately needed : on forestry problems. Mr. Fisher said Canada's "In dian problem" should be solved through a forestry development program. COULD HELP INDIANS By organizing a program whereby Indiana "could get "some kind of economic confi dence" through the use of the forests, the plight of many re serves would be eased, and the forest industry would be further developed. .-..j "I hardly know of a reserve In this country that has a decent forest "Stand," said the NDP member.1 c Ha said the f ores is now are being exploited within the framework of free enterprise and trade unions and it would require a "tremendous amount of initiative" by the govern ment to establish an effective program, Donald S. Macdonald (L payment -of succession duties In such cases be postponed, - Parliament , i- r At a Glance By The Casxtdiaa Press ,. FRIDAY " -'-Prime Minister Pearson an nounced that , the ; flag vote will be a "free one, not In volving confidence in the gov ernment, w " s He also reported that a party leaders' meeting seek- should seize iig a compromise to the flag Port Federal leadership was-des- ;. :Ty.'''.1 - ' f '7 '' K. A. GRAHAM, who has ' beep appointed supervisor' of the March of Dimes In this : , area and will direct the development of the new shel-' ; iered workshop for ,, the , , physically handicapped. Mr. Graham was formerly chief supervisor, rehabilitation .hrsnrh of the Ontario Ds deadlock had ended without teaching a solution. Opposition Leader, Dielen- baker. said a committee study of the flag would be good idea but rejected the idea of time limit on debate. ' ' NDP Leader Dauglas and Social Credit' Leader Thomp son said they were willing to have t time limit on the flag debate. : ': . Alvln Hamilton (PC Qu'- Appetle) said Canada Is missing ' the boat - in the world lumber market by lack of proper promotion. Douglas Fisher (NDP Port Arthur) urged development -of forestry program to assist Indisn reserves, MONDAY - .,,,..) The ' Commons meets et ' 2 p.m. -EDT to resume the flag debate. The Senate stands ad- ourned to- Sept IS. OIL-GREASE. USES " DETROIT - Automotive oils comprise about IS per cent nf the sales bf ail lubricating oils and greases in the U.S. - LARGE BAY BALTIMORE Chesapeake Bay is about KS miles long and up to 4e miles in widih. Leonard Tragedy 'Like Normandy 9 'She is my sister," said the woman. . ' An army officer inside the wrcked car was -treated by Dr. Kennedy. The officer's should er was dislocated. Dr. Kennedy put it back, - He said there was little hys teria among the injured people were quite, calm, be added. And 99 minutes after he ar rived at the D-day-like scene Dr. Kennedy returned to Cum-berland. ':' 4 ., jspjjessqsaywt"1 1 11 o P w, J . I W JiJ REAR-ADMIRAL McLEAN ' ,'1.1 f-0J I fti COMMODORE ELLIOT eon. (By The CP) Retirement of Surgeon ' Rear-Admiral -Timothy McLean, Surgeon-General Toronto Rnsedale) said had ror-fof- the-armed forces, was an. estry practices sometimes stem from taxation policy. Payment of succession duties to the Crown required quick cash and sometimes timber had to be cut to obtain the neces sary money. Mr. Macdonald, son of a for mer director of the federal forestry branch, suggested that General To Retire nounced " Friday by Defence Minister Hellyer and Associate Defence Minister Cardin, , Rear-Admiral McLean will be. succeeded by Commodore Walter J. Elliot, 50-year-old native of Parksville, BC. Commodore Elliot, at present Deputy Surgeon-General (personnel and treatment serv-iceX will be promoted to Surgeon Rear-Admiral on taking up Ms appointment The "brief statement issued, by the ministers said Rear-Admiral McLean will proceed on retirement leave Oct. 7. i . A Navy spokesman said later that although Rear-Admiral McLean is 53, two years younger than the usual retirement age for naval officers, his is a normal retirement, : The spokesman said he had served th full four-year term as surgeon-general, an bite- grated service post. This was the highest medical appoint ment military officer could hold. - - It is understood that bis retirement had been planned for at least a year. Plan Ready In Spring? Washington en in terior Secretary Udsll said Fri day he minks the final Pa sua - maquoddy tidal power plan may be ready to go to Congress next Spring. .. "It is possibly one of the big Jobs for next year, he told press conferences during which he apent most - of his time dealing with the passage of a mass of conservation and other departmental legislation In congressional burst .of energy the last few weeks. Udell's -remarks about Hie Pastamaquoddy, to be located in New Brunswick's Bay of Fundy waters, and requiring Canadian agreement, wre strkly in line with what he had told- a senate committee hearing last week. SATURDAY, AUG. S3 10 a.m. Inter -City. Parade leavea Hull Arena, following a route to the Chaudiere Bridge, Wellington Street lo-the War Memorial, NqC, Driveway to the Exhibition Grounds, i 10.30 a.m. Flotilla leaves Union Station along. Rideau Canal to Exhibition Grounds. 11 a.m. 12 noon Special NORAO concert. Grandstand. It a.ra.- All buildings openJ 12 noon -raraoe arrives at 'andstand.' 1 p.m. f Clydesdales, light and heavy draft horses Judg ing. Coliseum. ' 1-5.3Q p.m. School Chil dren's demonstrations,. McEl- roy Building. 2 p.m. Horseshoe competi tions, pyground area. 2J0 p-m.Grandstand show starring Red Skelton. JO-5.30 p.m. NORAD Band, bandahell. ,.-. 6-9.30 p.m. School Chil dren's demonstrations. McEl Electronics May Close Gap PM By The Canadian Press Prime Minister Pearson said Friday the use of electronic media can become the moat sig nificant method ever devised for closing the educational gap. However, in a welcoming address at the opening of the Third Commonwealth Education Conference, he warned mat it could also become the most frightening of all the result! of modern technology in its 'tendencies to dehumanize society. Mr.- Pearson told some 200 delegates from 33 Common wealth, countries and territories that man's every goal the good life, happiness, security. even global peace depends in the end on education. . education,' 1 . THE OTTAWA JOURNAL AirthonaM M Mem4 Um mail. Pm Office Diirtnwt. otUM tnJ or Mvwwnt.et latuw la caM Exhibition Program j The Prime Minister, a former University of Toronto teacher, said it was encouraging to see dWegVea gathered from all continents and races, 'Working together in harmony and part- nership In a cause so vital to mankind a future. ' He. said he noted the confer ence will be discussing the uses of mass media television, films, tape recordings in "The ' potential here, of course, staggers the imagine tion.V It will in time affect' al most everything you ant dis cussing," he told delegates. YOUTHS JAILED Jean Claude Deschamps, IT; of 42 Third Avenue, was sentenced to one year in the, Ontario Reformatory Thursday, when he was convicted of steal ing gasoline and a pair of sun- gtssses from cars Aug, 2. Also found guilty in Eastview Magistrate's Court of theft of gasoline was Jean Guy. Larabie, II. of no fixed address. He wss sentenced to six months in the reformatory. Magistrate Harry Williams noted the pair had previous convictions and were on probation when the thefts were roy Building. ..' 7 p.m. Horseshoe competi tions, playground area. - ' , ! 7.15-8.15 p.m. Rockdiffe Pipe Band. RCAF-Trampoline: Team, Bsndshell. . 7.30 p.m. Horse Show, Coll-'umi ' , - j 8 30 p m.--Grandstand show tarring Red Skelton. 8 M-10.13 pm. NORAD Band. Bsndshell. 10.30 p.m. Car drawu Band- shell. . ... ' ' MONDAY, AUGUST U t a.m. Gates open, . .'''; a.m. to I p.m.' Children's Day. Special midway prices lor children under 12. S a.m. , Bacon Hogs. ,Lan- drace and Berkshire swine judging, sheep and swine Judg-! ing ring. ; -t - a.m. Horticultural Judg- ing. Horticultural Building.'- . II a.m. . Shorthorns,, dual- purpose Shorthorn cattle' judging. Coliseum arena. .' 11 a.m. All buildings open. I.sa p.m. Light horse breed ing classes. Judging, Coliseum. I - S.M p.m. School Chil dren's Demonstrstions, McEI-roy Building. ; ;s. 4.M lie p.m. NORAD Band, Bandshell. ' ' - - I . tM p.m. School Chil dren's Demonstrations in .the McElroy Building. T p.m. V Horseshoe tmons. p'a T IS - IJi Vn. Rockdiffe Pipe Band. RCAP Trampoli Team, Bandshel 7.JS p.m. Hoi l.3fl p.m. Gra starring Andy Will S .45-le.lS p.m. NOR. Bandshell, shell... p.m. Car Draw, Blasts Rumor Paul Martin Ousting PM (By The CP) A Quebec Conservative told the Commons Friday there Is a rumor that External Affairs Minister Mar tin plans to displace Prime Min ister Pearson. ' Georges Valade (PC Mont real Me. Marie) directed question to Transport Minister; PJckersgill about "rumors" that Mr. Plckersgill and Mr. Martin plan to "oust" Mr. Pearson and replace him with Mr. Martin. Mr. Pickersgill snapped: "1 wonaer now amy some mem bers can be!" -".-' - - - - i - - CAPUUI'S CLOSED ' THIS MOIIDAY . Shop- Tuesday and AH This Week 9 bjii. to fj pjn. FRIDAY, f CepUn's . . . Ride St. slaassssWaaSi lAWBsV VCaplarfeJ See Capias's "FLIGHT INTO FASHION" ' featuring: O KAHN TINrTA HORN Famous Canadian Mohawk India Modal. e Vonv tamow CS C, TalovtoKMi Btar. . a rnro davm , Prnonabl SI C of ' "front Paaa ChalMna''. 47 'i m L. X , Ottawa's Biggest okmal, rass) SAVIS 'I :'s 5 'I ..4. ' RABIN T1NCT4 SIOSU TOBT tABNOW rawiun ovuwi at the OTTAWA EXHIBITION r ." grNt annual 1 '. ,1 Ladies'Do Fashion Show ' in front of the GRANDSTAND ' ? ; Tuesday, August 25 - 2.30 p.m. . t .' j; .; j ; ' FREE ADMISSION . ' , ' . Hundreds i Dollar tn littM ' ,' 1: I CANADA'S MOST HONOURED BUILDER NEW '65 DESIGNS NOW AVAILABLE IN 3 CHOICE LOCATIONS VISIT UINTO'S THRILLING DISPLAY OF 12 NEW HOME DESIGNS IN FAIRFIELD AND LEARN HOW EASILY YOU CAN OWN THE AWARD HOME OF YOUR CHOICE IN FAIRFIELD, BELLANDS OR LAKEY1EW : J BUILT-IN VESTIKGHOUSE RANGE AKDOYENS BUILwkwESTIKGHOUSE DISHWASHERS UOSAIcWlLED "EAT-ir KITCHENS TEAK-FINISH KITCHEN CABINETS SEE THE KEW tOTO LOOK 1.1 CUL'OROUS KDSAID.'TILED BATHROOa AND POWDER ROOaS WITH ELECAMT BUILT-IN VAKIT1ES "of AND CRAKE COLOR CO-ORDINATED FIXTURES Oramatic New Fireplace Designs 25-yr. Guaranteed Wood Windows larger, landscaped lots Natural Stone Elevations Models on display Daily Id ml; Sunday til p in. f 'jfaj iB'lSg-'WBSr" r'-rT-r rm iwry.' r ","l'laj 'MjUV aLff t Jaswsaaasja; fWKi- Enclosed Heated Vestibules 1-Year Written Guarantee ' Garage or Carport Award-Winning Design ASK ABOUT BINTO'S LOW DOWN PAYMENTS eatim svt I Easy to reach on Carlm' Avenue Just west of the Britannia Drive-in, or" on Richmond Road just west ot Pinecrest, or drive West on the Queensway to Plnecrest exit and then west on Richmond Rosd. ' I2S-27J1 . ' '- A 1 r3rC''iii Q'tstF st' 'T ' Jf s"-1 fpt U' Jpf ot -l. Js -S-S. as. t)Sh .ft h. - esPvatt-vo 0T. 4t " ' , ( fc. asj as -iBjfeasdB, -?-

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