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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 34

Ottawa, Canada
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Saturday, August 22, 1964
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1 and Aug. 20. b.;um Vt. vvivumys f. v w t.'VV'"l'TV mmi. i".M""s'einlwtewn iniv''e "eff n (.,11 i I; 32 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL SATURDAY. AUGUST 22. 1964 Wagner Endorses Kennedy, NEW YORK (AP) Mayor Robert P. Wagner or New ' York Friday announced hie Ions-anticipated endorsement of Robert F. Kennedy for the Democratic senatorial nomine tlon from New York, virtually assuring the attorney general's nomination. Kennedy Is expected to op- t pose the incumbent Republi- can. Senator Kenneth Keating, Who is seeking a second term . Mepnlntly ' Republican presidential candidate Barry Ceidwater. ' Mating is 64. a veteran of 1 years ia Congress, the last ' -S.U.S. senator. Kennedy si 3S. Vd has never' run for an elecUV office. Via Niagara Falls. NY. Re- piblican . governor Nelson A KockefeUer.Nn anticipation of Wagner's eneorsement, called Kennedy a "bou.pidked date" and saio his election would be "a tragVy- for New York. 1 don't think ew York wants an out-of-sta man,' Rockefeller added. ' v President Johnson has. been pictured as , welcoming Yen- ways entrance into politics, as, a , means strengthening the1 party lo and also in the hope of picking up one of the two Republican-held Senate seats. However, the White House has publicly aept nana ore the pre-conven-tkm snnoeuvrinx. ? Kenndy is expected to announce his candidacy formally,! . and then resign as attorney general on sept. l. 'Abortion-Bid ! "Charge I Brockville - BROCKVILLE (Special) Former Brockville alderman Kmef B. Obee, 52. was charged Friday with attempted abartioa. i Mr. Obee, a chlropractorwas arraigned before Magistrate Hunter ia Brockville Police Court and remanded a week on 2.000 bait 5 He has been m practice as a chiropractor In Brockvillefor any years and served as an alderman for Centre Ward for tour years about 10 years ago, He was arrested at nil bined home and office at 45 James Street West Friday morning following an investigation m which Brockville Police were assisted by a detective and P allcewoman from Toronto, From Norway Plans Visit J. V By The Canadian Frasa - Foreign Minister Halvard Lsnge of Norway, a long-time , personal friend of Prima Minister Pearson, will visit Ottawa Nov. t to S, the External Affairs Department announced Friday. Mr. Langa will have talks - with Mr. Pearson and External Affairs Minister Martin on NATO matters and on co-opera tlon between Norway and Canada in United Nations peacekeeping operations. ' Mr. Langs s vUlt will follow an Ottawa conference planned fory early Fall among the Some .. jo nations wnicn nave contributed to various UN peace-r keeping activities. The long- range objective is formation of am NHvaiMiMviPM fvfwe iwm which would be held ia readi- - aess for UN duty. Mr. Pearson when External . : Affairs minister and Mr. Lange were long associated closely In NATO and UN affairs. Both , tfrere members of NATO's 1 special three-man committee (Which a decade ago wrote a report on means of achieving Closer political co-operation within the it-member alliance. Remand Three - On Charges' Ibf Theft'.'. : - . t . '-Three employees of a large Ottawa car dealer appeared ia Ottawa Magistrate's Court Friday on charges of theft Their cases ware remanded and they were freed on 1300 bail. Police say the case may In volve as much as 113.000. 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