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" Everyone' had praise for .the parade organize "'this year. The "no countermarching" order kept the proceation moving at a brisk pace all along the route - and gaps were few indeed. An indication of the numbers of people who ignored the rain to watch the I. parade is given in this picture taken at mid-parade f ; t on the Driveway. (Journal Photo by Dominion Wtdci DESPITE RAIN 100,000 Watch Big 'Ex' Parade -v. By IAIN HUNTER . '. Jf , of The Journal , ' Everyone loves, a parade. ' .And for show like Satur; day's Inter-City Parade nobody minds little rain. ' -There were noticeable gaps in the ranks .of onlookers lining city streets, but parade officials estimated 100.000 saw the hour-long display. -. It was, of course, 1 the weather which turned traitor at the last minute and kept would-be spectators at their television ecu. However, it didnt rain badly until the Mounties. at the head of the parade, rod into sight of the Jam-packed grandstand at Lansdowne Park. . ' . BAND FILLED IN '-" Until then, the NORAO band kept the waiting throngs happy with a selection of bouncy tunes Just what the doctor .ordered for rainy Saturday morning. While the nana nepi the crowd dapping, a flotilla of yachts cruised up and down the Canal behind tne popiara on the Driveway. Risht on the dot of noon the first elements of the parade .entered the park at the end of two-hour march (tor most) from the Hull Arena. , i The ever-popular Rough Rider Majorettes pranced into View. Red Skelton.1 with his East Hull Child f iKilled - five . year i eld Hull East ;lrt was killed nd three other " Mfnu Iniured in two-car head on collision at Cantley, bout nine miles northeast of Hud. Saturday night. Lucie Gagnon died In Sacred , Heart Hospital about a.m. Sunday from injuries received m the crash. - . . fHer father,' Regean Cagnon. driver of one of In ears. Is . In satisfactory condition in j Sacred Heart Hospital wtrt a j fractured knee. passenger In the second 'ear, Jacques' Sauve, U, of ISO Artbambault Street, Hull, la m 'tstir condition hi Ctvfe Hospital wtt bead Injuries. ' ' The driver , of the car., Flor- : ' sot Sauve. IT. Jacques' brother. Is n satisfactory condition In Sacred Heart Hospital with a fractured arm and leg. . . J . . ' " " wife and daughter, shot the craning crowd with bis movie Mayor Whiton. in her scarlet robes of office, brandished a pink' parasol from the back of a convertible, defying the rain. Hull's nro-mavor. Aid. Edear Chenier, popped out from under his convertible top. and withdrew hastily. Bare-leased eirls on floats smiled bravely in the wind and rain, and few balloons were ustinfl hv the time thev oass- ed in front of the grandstand. CHILDREN THRILLED The children in the audience laughed at the down and giant balloons and everyone applauded the maimers, par--nlHv the amallest msior- ettet like five-year-old Shirley Ann Honman. wno nao wbik-ed with the South Grenville District Hieh School Band all the way from the Hull Arena. .The powerful brass bands krnl the narada movini at I furious naca. and where major ettes tried to dally for fancy manoeuvres, there were parade officials, to urge tnem on. . Judm had viewed the Da rada from a number of vantage points, and had picked winners by the time they rescued tne park. Prim were presented as the units passed the sunns. WINNING FLOATS' ,. Thn C Canlan Limited float won taoo and the Carlini Tro- ohv as best float hi the parade. imnuoa Snowshoe ciuo was uwnnd followed bv the Cati neau Point Fire prevention. Santa's Workship and Barbershop Singers floats. I Th I- L Coulter Trophy, for best, band, was awarded Les Troubadours of HuD, while h rrowd cheered its anorovaL The Hull band was also senior winner. U Salle Academy won the lunior band shield and the St. Redempteur band won honorable mention. Th Blshon Tod Hatters, of Mrs. M. L, Bishop, received the Canadian Restaurant Trophy for junior majorettes, and Chevalier's Stella's Stsrlettes the Band end Cole senior trophy, r Promotion Difficulty WAR STEIN. Germany (UPl)-iClty Manager Meini Pikullik reports his city's code limits civil service promotion from grade nine to grade eight to employees who "carry out t difficult tssk." The code, he said, defines "difncjiltHask" rg "one which "is not quilt simple "ny more." . ... '.'"' ' - x 1 The Ottawa Jquknal 1 232-3521 VlJSmUj' 77J4J4J MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 19JM 3 m i . mil -. T. ma m ON THE MARCH LOOK AT THE FUNNY MAN . , The youngest members of Saturday's parade., crowd never were left without something to laugh at. . Clowns were spaced freely throughout the procession and the many giant balloons had the children gawking. The sparkle of the parade mirrored in the happy faces of the curb-sitting younger set here. . ' " , Journal Photo by Dominion Wtoti Rash of City, Area Crashes five-year-old girl died in hospital from injuries received in one of the accidents. Doctors were kept busy throughout the night handling dozens of accident victims with minor injuries. Six persons. , four of t a e m children, were treated at Sacred Heart Hospital following two-car crash on the South Hull aide of the Xhamplam Bridge Satur day night. r . -FIVE IN ONE CAR ' Five of them were m one car. They were Mr. and Mrs. Allan Lefebvre, of 441 Preston Street, and three of their grsndchU- dren, Donald, four, Douglas, three, and Tommy, two, sons of Mr. and Mrs. James Way, of 2 Nelson Street, Deschenes. Tommy, with abrasions, and Mr, Lefebvre with a fractured hip, wereftiained for treat- ment. Tbt sixth' person injured was Jeannie York, three year - old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mel York, of. 70 Norman Avenue She was released. A grinding bead-on collis I o n between two cars at Cantley. north-east of Hull, seat four people to Sacred Heart Hos pital. Lucie Gagnon, i. of Hull East, died at J a.m.. from head in juries received- in the eras h Her father, Regean Gagnon was injured. TWO BROTHERS Two brothers were in the car, Florent Sauve, IT, and Jacques, IS, of IN Archambault UN GOES ON PARADE Ottawa Officer Leads New Show of Force: ' By RUSSELL PEDEN V NICOSIA (CP) The special United, Nations ."Delta force," a mobile armored infantry group commanded by a Canadian, flexed ha muscles 1or the third consecutive day Saturday with an hour-long parade along the green Use between warring Greek- and Turklsh-Cyp-rfots.'V. ;-. wVj ; Force commander. Mat. John Beament of Ottawa, an officer In the Royal Canadian Dra goons, led, the. parade in a jeep which bears .the msigmaa el Canada, Denmark and Finland, the three countries whose troops were Involved. More than IN men partici pated m the "show f force' and later at an exercise at a Finnish camp on the outskirts of Nicosia, v - DELTA FORCE ' ' BothiCypriot factions, got a look at the Delta force as arm ored columns with motorcycle escorts wound through the walled city and the northern suburb of Trakbonas In sttfjing mid-day heat that reached al most IM degrees. In the column were four fir- ret scout cars of the Royal Ca nadian Dragoons, i four Danish scout cars, 10 "Pigs" arm' red personnel 'carriers carry LAUNCH THREE MORE LONDON (Reuters) The Soviet Union has launched three more of her Cosmos scientific satellites, the Soviet news agency Taso reported Saturday night.- They were number 41, 42 and 42 to. the series, end the latter two were launched from one rocket. 1 -- .:;-:.-',;. ing Finnish troops and two re- coilless anti-tank rifles mounted on Jeeps. SURPRISE MOVE There were also three or tour trucks which were used Thursday to carry away sandbap when the force made its first surprise move by tearing down three Turkish-Cypriot positions near the UN Nicosia tone headquarters. , Asked about the sigificance of the daily manoeuvres of the Delta force, a, UN spokesman said: 'This is just to show them we are around." -4 . HERE THEY COME The rain Saturday didn't keep everybody home. Some, sections' of the Inter City Parade route were lined six deep before the cavalcade passed. But the parade was right on schedule all the way. perhaps because of the drizzle which persuaded marchers to keep moving. Here a section of the, crowd cranes, forward as the mounties the first element in the ) parade , come into view. 2 " ' (Jouml Photo by Dominion Wtotj -r ir Rain, Fog Bmng Death, Injitim Heavy drizzle and fog patches made driving hazardous over the weekend and resulted in a rash of accidents on both sides of the Ottawa River, ; , . There were at least six major crashes Saturday night which sent 21 or more people to hos pitals throughout the area. A Street. HulL Jacques is're ported to be fat serious shock. A man end his wife ere de tained in Civic Hospitaf following an accident in the west bound lane of the Oieensway near Kirkwood Avenue, f , Mr. and Mrs. William Meurea-beeld, of 140 Goulburn Avenue, were seriously injured when a tire blew out on their car causing it to roll over several times. Hospital authorities said Mr. Meurenbeeld. with head and chest injuries, is considered in good condition. His wife has severe lacerations and Is in fair condition. Two 17-year-old girls were shaken up when their car collided with a police cruiser on Bank Street at the intersection with. Echo Drive. Treated and. released from Civic Hospital were Linda Mott, of 4M Braydon Avenue, and Geraldine Axford, of 2041 Vincent Avenue. . The police officer' it sbs cruiser was not injured, r TV044R MASff i -: ,j ' Sis people were takes) to fcos-! pitaJ following a two-car crash on Highway 17 near the Corks-town Road. . Mr. and Mrs. Andre Lapointe and their two children. Denise, five, and Andree,. four of 1220 Avenue South, were treated at General Hospital. Their condition is considered satisfactory. Treated and released from Civic Hospital were Wayne Cote, It, of 102 Chenier Avenue, and Patricia Hartman, 17, of 12 Contusion Avenue. . ' Three people were injured in two-cer crash ew Highway 21, one alio south, of the.clty sMniu. . , - Treated arid re (sited from CJiie Hospital were Vincent Cable. 21. and his wife Julie. 20, of RR 4, Blossom Park, ami Mrs. Monique Millttte. IS, of M Rosebella Street, Blossom Park. Money slip through your fingers? 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