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MAINLY SvJNNY, LIGHT WINDS Uw, 55; High, 75 ti i - 1 ; . 79TH YEAR-216 SEVEN CENTS OTTAWA, MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 1964 Sunrise Sunset CIS 1M EDT EOT THIRTY-POUR PAGES Students Run Wild In Democratic Opening Round Rioting Mobis Sack Viet Nam Cities dvdI IDglhfts Shwdl,vm) : -The;6ttaw Journal ; ' t ) v By MALCOLM W. BROWNE ; SAIGON AP) r. Youthlul mobs in Saigon, Him- and Da Nang sacked and burned buildings today in the wont oul: break ot organized rioting since last summer. However, several hundred " students supporting the government sacked and burned the student union building- in Sai. - gon m a;, counter . demonstration. , In Da Nang, South Viet 'Mam's second largest city, 'more that I.OM bowling youths 1 . ' c 7 No Milk for Cypriots Turks Claim Blockade 'i,1 '! ftl. i t j .6)'' - ;. ",..!m- frightens NICOSIA. Cyprus (UP1) I Turkish Cypriots charged today that Greek. Cpy.riot secur ity forces had broadened their economic blockade of the Turkish Cypriot Quarter here to include shipments of milk. ' Agreement was reached last Tuesday to end the blockade. but the Turkish Cypriote said tt was now being tightened. There was no confirmation from the United Nations of the Turkish Cypriot allegation. The Turkish Cypriots said food supplies still were not 4H Clubs Iota Over Affair Nearly 500 V Junior Farmers Vie for Prizes ' ' This wu junior fanner day at the "Ex"!. . .. ATTENDANCE -' , . 1M , IKS Friday IMN M0 Saturday .. TfcSM IIMM , From every nook snd, cranny 1 in Eastern Ontario's Golden Trtangle across to Western Quebec close to 500 4-H Clubbers were showing off their prise farm stock for the Judges and scores of spectators, - . . The hovi 260 of them atruttiaa their carefully BTOomed antmals took over th ring in the Coliseum this morning while the girls, num- herlne about 220. were dis playing their fin cooking and handicraft work at Southm la tter uiurcn wis v For this masslv. army Junior farmers, th fEiT had laid on a big banquet spread for this evening with D. L. Parks, i director of extension services for the Ontario Ds- ' pertinent of Agriculture, lined up- to speak to them. ,' Just like other years, the up-suirs portion of the Grand- , sund' building was butting with excitement for this Is to be home for th young farm folk until Tuesday night. .. Meanwhile. Vith th prom' Is of better weather today fair . ... - . i t - ouiciaja wer goosing ur ma-Other record-breaking crowd. J Everything was reported in order for tonight's Grandstand debut performance ' of Andy Williams and ;. the Osmond Brothers and sellout was ex-J pected. ; ', . " 1. i j Voyageurs' Diary 400 Miles to; Hudson Bay ' One utfi ti mt wll hntwn In Otlnmrn kmvr tahtn thtir Hidilt , mnd tmntti ucrnt nt if Cmnmdm't kitfrie water renter. On th,. H- ' torimi pat "a" ti th fir$t fuf articlti by Dni Cmlican an lt-daf -tUnmt '-- "? Narmmf Haul t Yrk Ftctarg. -,..w. ,.:.'' stoned a U.S. enlisted men's barracks as antl - government demonstrations took an increas ingly anti-U.S. tone. " . A grenade exploded at the height of the riot, seriously in juring three demonstrators. There were no American cas ualties. Another blast a short time later killed a Vietnamese woman ' ' 1 ' ' The JO or more Americans in the barracks fired shots into the air to scare off the demon strators as rocks smaihed win- being permitted into the Turkish Cypriot quarter of Nicosia and that two milk shipments had been turned back. "In the past," Turkish Cypriot spokesman said; "people bringing muk have been stopped and questioned, but the milk always, got through." ) . K , Th Turkish Cypriote said also th security .forces prevented 29 Turkish Cypriot civilian employees at on of two RAF bases on th southern portion of the Island from going to work, k' -. Their bus was said to have been stopped and th passengers warned "not to try to go to work today either.- " This it th first reported In terference with movement of British employed Turkish Cy prints, . . -1, There ' was no confirmation of this incident from either UN orritbh sources., THIRD FLIGHT , ,-.'.' ; Meanwhile Cyprus Foreign Minister Spyro Kyprianon left Nicosia today for Athena, hi third flight to th Greek capi taJ in six days. ' Tiara to Page (TURKS , Typhoon Kathy ! Belts Japan Seven Dead TOK YO AP) Typhoon Kathy, losing some of ft punch, churned through Japan's island sea today after ieaing seven persons dead and Itwo missing in Kyushu, the country's south ernmost island. . Twenty were injured. . -Police said landslides caused of the casualties as, the typhoon rampaged through Ky ushu Sunday accompanied by ram storms. 3 "Up 10 2 inches of rain was recorded In Kyushu's mountain ous regions and many cities bad an average four Inches. DISCOVER BODIES MEEKER. Colo. (AP) The bodies of four workmen,' killed In an explosion of dynamite whil preparing an oil - well casing, were discovered . Sun day. A total of 22 sticks or dynamit exploded In th mishap that authorities said happened either Friday or Satur day 50 nite . southwest of her. -. 1 LESSON IN ANARCHY us -' rear aiqon May Explocleioh Khdnh i By MALCOLM W. BROWNE SAIGON, (AP) Msl.-Gen. Nguyen Khanh, S u t k , Viet Nam's chief of State, it giving his nation a Issson in anarchy. As unrest and rioting reaches th explosion point - Khanh's government is doing little more than letting things, run their courie. , Government Business has virtually halted. - ' . Khanh la clearly willing to go t any length to avoid th mis takes of the lat president Ngo The mob - then attacked a nearby Roman Catholic village and set a house afire. Villag ers moved out of their houses to defend themselves while their women carried children and belongings to a waterfront pier. -' i M ; ! J", After the fin, mob leaders called for . a t withdrawal.' But some- rioters slipped back Into the, village and set two more Another grenade exploded' at the rioters pulled back. A maid working at the enlisted men's barracks was wounded and died soon afterwards. More : Americans are sta tioned in Da Nang, on the South China Sea. than anywhere else in the country, except Saigon. The counter - demonstrators arrived at the one-storey student union building in buses and three-wheeled scooter taxis provided bf the government. THROW ROCKS They waved banners and shouted pro government slo gans, pelted the building with racks and then , set it aflame. Most of the students were Catholic refugees from North Viet Nam, now. living near Bien Hoe, IS miles outside the Capital. Th demonstrators passed out leaflets denouncing student leaders who "create division in our ranks and who' play into th hands of the neutralists and Communists in this time of emergency." Tarn to Pag RIOTING Probe Continues ' No date has yet been set for an inquest into the deaths of eight . persons , killed Friday when a gravel truck slammed into an. Ottawa to Montreal passenger tram at Leonard, 23 miles east of Ottawa. Dr. W. C Twtodi. Rockland' Coroner, said today th Investigation was still continuing. He said it was unlikely jt would be completed this week. At. 8L Louis Marie - de Montfort , Hospital " today a spokesmen-' said th three critically injured persons, Miss Janet-White,.' of 157 Wesley Avenue, Rev. Gaston Lassonde, of th Redemptorist Monastery In Aylmer, and Rev. .Sister Gabrielle, Franciscan nun, wer responding well to treatment and wer out of danger. ' 1 Parley Postponed j t PARIS (Reuters) Tripartit talks between leaders of th La otien political factions, originally ' scheduled to begin her today have been' ooat- Cleo's Wild Fury Hits Damage Left ByHurricane ? f f j i SANTA DOMINGO, Domini can Republic (AP Cleo. the worst hurricane of th season, raged across the Caribbean toward Jamaica today, , leaving behind a path of death , and' destruction.-. The storm swirled past south. m Puerto Rico Sunday after battering the Guadeloupe Is lands. Officials blamed Cleo for at least 14 deaths, IN injuries and tN,M0,0M in damage to the French possession. Cleo will probably strike Ja maica i tonight with hurricane force, the weather bureau said. SKIRT, HEARTLAND . Gale force winds and beew rain pounded the southern coast of the Dominican Republic early today. Smsll. but powerful Cleo, with 140 , mile centre winds. pressed onward south of the island of Hispanktla, which the Dominican Republic aJuut s with Haiti. Severe lowland flooding was predicted. ' The weather bureau said that Cleo's 125-mile wide mass of hurricane force winds . appar ently would skirt Hlspeniola's heartland. But the storm was beaded toward Haiti's souther peninsula, where thousands were Skilled last year by hurri cane Flora. MAY STRIKE CUBA ' Cteo also might strike' Cuba with its fury mtact, th weather bureau said.' However, ' "t was too early to say better . it would pose any dangeir to the U.S. mainland. , 1 Turn tar Page 8 CLEO 74 Die During Weekend By The Canadian Frees At least 74 persons died m accidents across Canada during th weekend. S3 of them In traffic accidents. t . A survey by , The Canadian Press from I p.m. Friday to midnight Sunday, local times. showed that besides the ; 9 killed on the roads, three per sons were drowned, two died m fires and four in unclassified accidents. . . Ontario led the toll with 27 fa- traffic accidents. was drowned, one died in a fire, on child was shot to death In his home .and a man was crushed to death beneath a train.; . .,, 7. . f :'vv In Quebec where there were 14 deaths, IS wer in motor accidents and one person died In a.flre. ., s .-, u s . .. r . Saskatchewen had II fatal!- tffs, nine In traffic mishaps and on man crushed under bis car when an auto Jack slipped. High officials wer ordered to stay in their offices and not to resist the rioters even if h meant being beaten, up. Th most his government has done is send , pro-govenwnent studenu Into Saigon to . bi student headquarter. The move msy result in more rioting and strife. But government - troops snd polic are not directly Im plicated," J ;: Turn to Pag $ fTEAR' poned due to a delay in theH1" Twenty . three died in ' ' ' If am arrival of two deputations. Premier Prince Souvanna Phouma flew in Saturday to hold preliminary' discussions with French minister and representatives of : Russia and Britain co-chairmen of the 1662 Geneva Agreement on Laotian neutrality. , ;v He said the opening date for the talks, designed to Iron out internal - differences. Would be set when the other, twe : lead ers arrived. Dinh Diem during last mer'l insurrection. , ' Whil Diem'S nolle cracked down on all opposition, Khanh's polic and troop have 'don nothing. '.. a 1 i;,, H If 'oppositioa groups In the past few days bav been seek, ing martyr they bav failed Khanh has refused to take the bait even when stedeats charged Into hi infonnatioa offlc this morning! ' " 1 ' 1 i W klrr i wnuci lCU t HUMPHREY STEALS A SCENE '."'.: . Sen. Hubert Humphrey at th Democratic National Convention where he is regarded as a top candidate for th vice presidential nomination. ., . a..- WE WILL FIGHT Cong White Mercenary LEOPOLDV1LLE (ReutersW A Cngls government spokesman today dented foreign press reports of an influx of white mercenaries into The Congo. The spokesman. - Emmanuel Sende. Prime Minister Moit Tshombe's chief aide in the ministry, ot Worms lion, said the reports wer "wrong, and added: ' 1- 1 The government has no Intention of recruiting mercean-ries to fight against the rebels." In an interview with report ers. Sende ref jsed to make any statement about the landing here Saturday of a sour Am - can Air Force C-IJ transport Communist plane, except to say the govern- j 7 , ' tommumst ment would make a statement: P"" ben fivwU3' eountry-about the plan later. wide protest against rising food When the plane landed its told reporters it carried food and medical supplies, - -We will fight against v the rebels.-with our own forces.'! Send said. "We have enough soldiers. ;.; . v. '1 NEED ADVISERS J "But we could use some mill tary advisers and we ar at nresent . neeotiatina with ' the Balalaa eovernmeM abouticurta, Madras and other cen tals." ', '. . . . ;. The denial came as rumors circulated m LeopoMvill that Congoiee amthorities had recruited wfcke mcrccoary shock brigade. . A j On report said more than 1' Into Kamina -military base. ialt"r Pradesh state legislature in u. for military another l wer north Katanga. training. , -HIGHLY . PLACED; win ruiua n for Tube's K... ; m.r ZlaTZL skmist forces. and claimed to be highly placed in the new operation, said the new brigade1 would b about I.0N strong. ' Operating 'completely ewt- side the framework of the na tional Cglte army" k would be composed of nationals from Britain,. South Africa. Southern Rhodesia, and whites (British) from Kenya, be said 'Diplomats her agreed today that Saturday's, arrival of the V of Minnesota ia very much in - - ALONE' o Gov't Denies Hiring South African plan here would further' alienate the rest of Af- rica from The Congo. . They said ven if the, plane carried food and medical sup- FOOD PRICE PROTEST 500 Reds Held v.'.'.'""''':'.'1 In Indian Swoop NEW DELHI (Reuters) tils St) Communists i, arrnted tkroucbout India Some tot were arrested in midnight swoops by police m towns m southern India before they could launch their demonstrations. . . -fi Th others wer'' arrested when they picketed wholesale gram markets and state legis lative assembly gates In New iwrn. usoxnow. vomoey, tai- The arrests continued as the Communists carried out their plans to picket beaks, stock exchanges, government of fice ana gram dealer. Sixty Communists 1 wore rail picketing the ar- Ut arrested la Jaipur as they pick. (eted the Rajasthaa state iegls-l m rv.11.1 ti .1.1. ..1 4-j 1 , " - 1 .-. ivvsj afi eass mtmfm in the city's main market WILL ACCOMPANY HUSSEIN AMMAN. Jordan W A 10- official delegation will .1 1 J-. accompany Kink . Hussein of Jordan to th second Arab sum. hut conference m Alexandria, Egypt. 'Sept 3, th Jordanian Government 1 announced ' Sun day. ' -A evidence in Atlantic City . (AF-Jauraa! Wlripeatel ,Troops plies, as its crew said, the other African, governments would not support any link between South Africa and members ot th Or ganization for African Unity. Beatles to Get $150,000 for Night .KANSAS CITY (AP) Charles O. Finley, owner of the Kansas City Athletics Basebalt Club, announced Sunday the Beatles had accepted his offer of S1M.WI to appear in Munic ipal Stadium Sept 17 for a con cert, ji -si', ' We're going to be able to seat 17.500." Finley said, "with some seats on the field. It will be ' the biggest arena they'll perform in on their tour here. Finley said all profits from th show would go to charity t Greene's North Bay Visit Cancelled NORTH BAY' (CP) ,1 The scheduled visit of J. J. Greene.1 MP for Renfrew South, la North Bat 'was cancelled dui to bad Pying conditions.-:. ;, 4 Mr. Green was to hav ad dressed th Nipissing delegates to jth Ontario Liberal leadership convention in Toronto Sept. ? ., 1 ' 1 d K ' CLAIMS MILK FINDS HONG KONG (Reuters) A Japanese delegate to the In ternational Scientific Symposium m Peking ha claimed that "rubber boots, golf balls. spanner etc" were ' often found la VS. dried milk uaed in Japanes schools, .th New China. News Agency reported .Sunday night By ARCH MacKENZJE ATLANTIC CITY, Nj (CP) A showdown on the key civil righta issue was promised for Ihe openlns: round of the Democratic party's national convention tonight as the pro-segregation Alabama delegation spurned a loyalty-oath demand from the credential committee. By a vote of 33 to 3, the Alabama voting-delegates heeded Governor Wallace' wishes and said It will take the case to the convention as a whole. The credentials committee de ferred until today a decision to the other civil rights fighs whether the pro . segregation delegation from Mississippi should be replaced by a largely-Negro rebel group. It was not know Jut when the convention will be asked to vote on the unseating of most ' of the Albania group for refus ing to sign pled that thev will support the national party end its policies including civil ngnu. Deferral of the Mississippi' matter, which is regarded as a. more - fundamental threat to party unity, indicated continuing efforts to achievt some sort ' of compromise. . COMMITTED TO WALLACK Th Alabama matter htnaes . on the fact that th delegates originally wer committed -tm Governor Wallace, an ardent . segregationist who Is bettered likely. to support Republican Snatr Barry Goldwater la th Nov, I prestdeatlal election. Tbej Mississippi people bav postponed until Sept. I a ded- skm on whether they wiH decide to eontina th Southern United States' traditional Democratic support or bolt to th Republicans. It was felt likely that the tw cases might be tossed to th convention floor together barring compromise highly da-sired by President Johnson. ; Civil rights and th South remained the basic problem for' the four -day convention whose I.2M delegates and alternative streamed into this gaudy boardwalk city Sunday.- - - ' Today's agenda called for an 1:W p.m. convening, traditional . opening rite .and th keynote speech by Senator John Pastor, a fiery little orator of Italian descent front Rhode Island. , Th formality or nominating Praaident Johnson come Wad- f nesday night when artless be j chooses to break th seem ear- f Her tt win be know whom b selected a kis vic-presi-! dential candidate. Hubert Hum-! phrey, senior senator from Mia-' neeot. continosd to wad a, speculation about the choice. Tan to Pag CTVtt, PARACHUTIST KILLED ssunswiut, weas usr- many (Reuters) Parachutist t Horst-Guenther Zahlmaa fell ; 3.000 feat to hi death at the airport her Sunday when his 'chute failed to.open.,'-; ,t a T'V Tip vltwt th Dtmacratic Csshs tiin b) Jamrmal ear-rtipandtnli Mm Ft' man ami Km-$ll Baker, .-- fat 1 1 1 m t in th :', hitchtn. ... ,r Pat t n f i '"-nj t nappint. . : ,-. - Pat 7 Billy Graham ........... 4 Bridjt -,, tt. Classified Ads ...... SB4S Comics ........Id, 17 Croaaword '........ IT Editorials 4) Financial B Horoscop ............. IB Kflgallea ....'... 4 Sports 11-14 Tell M Why IB TV. Radio ....4........ IB Theatre IB Wneather ....... ..v... 8 Women's News ..... StS YourHealth IT i : : V 1 V

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