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After 'Blood Bombing1 Hill Staff Moves To Tighten Commons A 3S-yearold Vancouver aua, who hurM milk car-toa fuO of beef blood oa to the floor of the House of eommo at Monday, wai Itaaaj m Ja Magistrate's Coart today. David Cowllshaw, pleaded guilty to a chart of causing property stealage under tba mischief sectioa of Um eriml-aal code. Ha was aeateaeed by Magistrate Joachim Sauve to a It' also appeared to set tha tone for tba campaign leading to the Nov. t U.S. presidential elections. KEYNOTE. SPEECH "As far as I am concerned. atraaslsas Is akin ta cam,? said Senator John Pas- tor of Rhode Island, tba pint-shiad politician saloctad to give tha traditional keynote address. . He said Arixona Senator Gold-water bad been captured by extremists at the Saa Francisco New Method Cools Out J Wot' Tonsils WASHINGTON (AP-Use of super-cooled probes ta make hv flainod toaslls disappear la vir tually bloodless surgery was described today by two New York actors. Tba tonsils are cooled to temperatures as low as 71 degree below sero Fahrenheit. Tba doctors also told of other aronislni esea ef cryosurgery that la, technique Involving usei of extreme cold to "kill" dls-l eased tissue Instead of Just cut ting R away. " The ' technkjue has been used kv certain types of brain disorders, such as Parkinson's dis ease - (shaking palsy), and in treating cataracts of the diseased prostate glands certain forms of cancer. Dr. William G. Cahaa of the Memorial Stoan-Kettering Can- car Centre and Dr. Irving Cooper of tha department of eorosur g r y, St Barnabas Hospital, told about tha progress" ta reports to the first annual meeting of the Society (or Cryo- By RICHARD JACKSON of Tba Journal The hurling of a "Wood bomb" onto the floor of tha House of Commons yesterday hat resulted, overnight, la an immediate tightening of secur ity. With or without passes, visi- 'Extremists Captive' Goklwater Lashed By Democrats By ARCH MacKENZIE Republican convention and that ATLANTIC CITY. N J. (CP) A stinging attack oa Republican president Is I candidate Barry Goldwstsr brought the opening session of the Demo cratic national convemtoa 1 to life- Monday night. the first business of this con vention Is to assure our people and tha people ef the world that on the American political scene reason and respect and respon sibility still survive. The president must retain full control, over the use of nuclear weapons, he said la another Democratic party shaft at Gold- water' stated desire to gtve NATO commanders discretion for tactical or limit REFERS TO IKE wunout mentioning : names. Pasiora alluded to the labelling of former president Eisenhower by founder John Birch of the John Birch ultra-right organiza tion as a Communist agent. When these fanatics dart to can a president of the United States a Republican at that- conscious agent of the Com. munlst party, then 1 say shame ehame on all their Pastors was - applauded fre quently by the Ufa delegates, alternates and other party rep resentatives on tha packed not floor of the Convention Hall. Today, tn , convention , was turning to ; mora anticipated routine business. The mala item is approval of tba platform, last part of which was published Monday. Hold Talks it On Future Of Cyprus ATHENS (Reuters) President Makarios arrived here today from Nicosia at tha invitation of tha Greek government for talks on the future of the strife - torn Mediterranean He told reporters that Greek- Cypriote were prepared to "fight and die" rather then ac cept any solution contrary to their nationsi desire. DELEGATION DISPUTE STILL UN DECIDED ; t z ' r; t- - t r j t tf Tt-T" '? 1. V " - T Security flna of 125 phu S3 coata or tori to lha Galleriet of tha It days la JaiL la addiUaa ba was ordarad to pay $M for damages or larva aa additional IS day la JaU. - Commons wilt be closely scru tinUced, and never sgsln will specutor be allowed to enter unchallenged, carrying a briefcase or any "other bulky object COULD BE BOMB I That carton of cow's blood bursting on the floor was sickening enough," said J. F. Bigg. Conservative MP for Athabasca. "Next time iv could be bomb." . J i It was exactly that haunting fear for there have beea crackpot threats to bomb Par liament that brought the orders from Mr. Speaker Alan Macnaughtoii to tighten secur ity. For the Commons authorities and staff both had it on the word of those responsible for the "blood bomb." that "Your security is absolutely lousy. IN COURT Meanwhile, in Magistrate's Court . this morning. David Cowkishsw, self-styled "pro fessional lighter of wrongs." of being the "Blood Bomber," was charged with public mischief and' remanded. Back on 'Parliament mil. ex cept for the ouiekly tightened security, things rapidly returned to normal. The agly red staia had been removed from the light -green carpet and tha Flag Debate. with hardly a cog slipped. rolled along m high gear. h was a fantastic episode. Calvin Macdonald, 41, unem ployed and on welfare, told the story, and attempted to take the blame. He claimed to have been an ami Communist RCMP under cover agent for more than ' IS years.' in She Capital and In Toronto, where he has resided. rand la other cities across the country. . . Turn to Page I HILL Reds Veto Arms Ban GENEVA (Reuters)1 The Soviet Union today formally announced . its opposition to tha creation of a special dis armament working group at tha present time to study the eliminatloa of nuclear-missiles. Speaking at tha 17-oation disarmament conference, chief Soviet delegate. Sentyoa Tsarapkm said: "Conditions are not yet ripe for the creation of such a working group." I But ha added Russia bad not glTen up hope that the time would when a working group could ba set up.- - Tsarapkin. who spott roc mora than an hour, repeated all the Russian arguments in favor of the mass destruction of nuclear delivery vehicles in the first stage of disarmament being, tha only plan to ba dis cussed by the working group. British Minister of Ststs Peter Thomas wno spoke be fore the Soviet delegate, em phasized ' tha inflexible , approach of the Russians In de manding that their plan be the only one considered by working group. V' ' ' i - Htajj gmVasli m1mimimwiriXmmmmmmmWmmm4 "l "1 aaaRMllTITirni Weak-Kneed Rights' Plank Fails To Patch Up Democratic Rift ,,-.! By JACK BROOKS ATLANTIC CITY - -CWI right is tearing the Democratic nartv aoart. t 4. . Today tha southern wing of the narty to connected by the flimsiest of string which could snap at any time. Behind the scenes moves b the tarty tea brass from enable to strengthen tha ties. . D0NT SPOIL IMAGE ' ' , . Sunday the order went out from the White .House: "Find compromise oa dvU rights. Johnson la prssident of all the lets not image." The word was passed to mm sides hi the simmering dispute. . Tba result waa taissra to The Credsatlsls Caamltiee, access la the Platforas Ceaa mlttee. v . Credentials was enable to hide the rift. Platform came up with, a week kneed civil rights clause which satisfied both, sides. After three days ef talk -the credentials committee delayed for yet another 24 boars a choice between the Mississippi Lily Whits delegation aad the Mis sissippi Fredom (desegregated) spoil thatdelegation. Now, they claim,, a decision will be made soma time today. The seme committee ruled diet the Alabama delegation-challenged because It refuses to support Johnson and the na tional platform could not be seated until delegates took the equivalent of 'an oath of al legiance to the party. . . A handful of the JO delegates agreed to 'do so lority refused st least for now, . . : vl " But ahy who wished were allowed to claim their seats in the vast convention hall without the master at - arms being' or is throw them eat. Balk ' ef the sWegatiea snareaed ar led by Eugeaa (Bon) Caeswr, ieraser stats swbttc safety chief who aaed beses and f aa civ righto Master - st - arms tried to stop htm taking a seat but Connor refused to go 'unless order ed by the chair.. Tha order never came. NEED COMPLAINT . , National . chairman John Baley later told reporters: "II wa had aa official com plaint we would order them out but we have had no such com- plaint " :' ": ' p'-, Tara t Page J WEAK ' ,' ' '. . ' .. ' 4 pa&tIally cloudy COOLER Low, 55; High, 68 79TH J1HE SEVEN CENTS OTTAWA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1964 SearUe .!( ml EOT THIRTY-SIX PAGES 741 ml EOT Reject Charges of ''Unrealistic' Hikes A DIFFERENT DRAMA IN PARLIAMENT The Commons, scene of tha continuing political drama of the Flag Debate, .yesterday witnessed an altogether different sort of dramatic scene. And here is the central figure of it, former Toronto newspaper-- nun David Cowlishaw, arrested by Commons Protec . Uva Staff Sergeant WUIiam Kirk after a "blood bomb" -'- ' a quart of cow's Wood eonuined m a milk carton bad been hurled, splashing oa to the floor of the - ; ijwirBi rhBf br ntwiwi snj CONGO REPORT In Action Soon? 4Ct ISM Mw Tart film M LEOPOLDV1LLE, The Congo -.' A foreign mercenary force will begin military operations against rebels in the eastera Congo within a few days, authoritative sources ssld today. Althoush a tovernment spokes man denied reports that mer cenaries were being hired, the sources said a mercenary force baa already beea assembled at the Kamina military base in Katanga and will ba pressed into use almost immediately. IN TRAINING ' - i .: According to tha sources. about SO mercenaries are now ai training at Kamina, a huge former Belgian base NO miles northwest of Etisabeth- villej.' , '. , Most of them are South Afri-cans or Rhodesians, many of whom fought for . Premier Tshombe when be was president of secessionist Kstanga province.! ':, . Another group . of about X mercenaries, including men from most European countries. tha arrived in Uopoldvllte today. They are- expected to go to Kamina withia days, hj- ; the next few The . government denial was issued by Emmanuel Sinda, Tshombe's official spokesmsa. following reports from Johan nesburg. South ' Africs. that mercenaries were being recruit ed there for the Congolese army. Sinda ' told 'reporters "we have no intention of recruiting mercenaries to fight against the rebels. We will fight the rebels with oar own soldiers. We have enough.? , k . Tarawa Page S MERCENARY Arrest j,500;ln India NEW DELHI (Reuters)-!"-diaa Communist party demonstrations over rising food prices entered their second day today with ' reports that more; than 1,500 arrests have been made so tor.'-v;:--v c ';i Some 100.000 party members.: Including Communist Leader S. A'Dange. launched a five-day. nationwide protest Monday hop ing to get the backing of 1.000.- 000 Indians. Their strategy con sisted of courting - arrest : ta peaceful : demonstrations aad the picketing of banks, stock exchanges, wholesale grain markets and government of- The goveramsat under Prime Minister Lai Bahadur Shaatri, currently faces a crit ical food problem with the win ter harvest still more than a month away; Food ' Unas have already begun to form ta some communities and the Communist demonstrators nope to bs able to take advantage of the unrest. ' - - The protest Is Shastri's first test of strength with-the Com munist party since assuming of fice three months ago after 'the death of Prima : V The Government is standing pat on the Civil Service pay increases. ; And few, if any adjustments can be ex-,' pected by the 65,000 clerks, stenographers, typists and office administrative personnel 26,000 of them in the National Capital area 1 who in their October cheques will share an 11-month retroactive pay boost package. 113,257 Set New 'Ex -Record Ahead of 1963 Mark Despite Rain, Fog ATTENDANCE Igf4 Itgg Friday .... S&.420 M.4O0 Saturday . 7424 11S,(XI Moaday .. 11197 SSJtl Attendance flKures of the "Ex" shot up Monday on a parallel wiui tne lm proving weainer, ana ' .1 Ik. fair " F"-"0 attendance records. I Monday a record 113057 persons paid admiuion to the crounds. almost 30.000 more than for tha samS day last vear. The old Monday mark was S9.974 set la 1957. 1ADIES DAY Today Is "Ladies' Day aad tha weather Is holding. Aa- other record Is axpectad to bei set as women era atfmittM K the around free to 3 p.m. and given chances to win valuable prizes. They are given a num ber oa admission and a they can match the number tney hold with another somewhere oh the grounds they win a prize. 4" ' - . ' Last year's attendance for Ladies' Day ras S,707 but It wiD ba bettered this year, offi cials predict. -. Tara to Page tIISjn Pan Am Hit By Strike WASHINGTON (AP) Pan American Airways was bit early today by a strike by the AFL-CIO Transport Workers after a break d a w a in negotiations aimed at averting a walkout of some 12.000 employees. Union members began walk ing off the Job withia aa hour after negotiations between an ion and management let broke off. Picket lines were set up at Paa Americaa base oa both U.S. coasts. The company said In advance of the walkout that a ' strike would probably ground all Its nights. Its plsnes carry aooui 17.000 persons dally. The unioa is seeking a IS-per- cent pay raise,' Improved vaca tions, s shorter work week ana other fringe benefits for the maintenance, ground at employees and flight service personnel It represents. Fireworks Blast - Kills 42; ' TULUCA. Mexico ( At least 43 oersons were killed when a pile of fireworks ex ploded during s religious cele bration near hero , Monday Another S3 wara injured. Rescue workers, digging through debris la theMIIsge of AUatlahuca hi central Mexico, said tha tod of dead and in jured might go higher. . The fireworks exploded near several tanks of inflammable gas. Authorities said they had Minister. Nehra. fireworks. ' OFFICIAL STATEMENT T . - ... ; . ; i .. 1 0vr, WDn't lufldlge on CS S Dairy US iiaBBaBasafgaBBBBBBBB This. It is indicated, will be the gist of an official statement being made in the Commons this afternoon by Privy Council President Mcllraith. - la the statement be is expected ta refute the angry dalm of Civil Sendee stall organixatieas that at aa aver age 1.4 per eeat, the increase werth aa aamial tll.SSS.SM ead ranging frear ts to ttas. Is eesepieiety "unrealistic." As he promised the House of Commons. Prime Minister Pearson has personally looked into the situation, ulked it over. with Mr. Mcllraith, and had Treasury Board make a quick review of the protested rate m- mcreases. Word today was that neither the Prime Minister. Mr. Mcll mraisuw. mi. MJt P1 -Uustment. Mr. Mcllraith was said to have a . statement prepared In which he would take the position that the increase, actually. was not 'hist an average 1.04 per cent. .,-,-,. " " i UP PER CENTT , Rather, taking Into account tha statutory Increases that most Civil Servants in this Grew? "", Save had, their pay over the .last two years has risen by 10 per cent. It has been possible, Treasury Board officials disclosed at a recent press conference called to provide background mforma-tloo on the salary adjustment. that through "built-in" statutory increases, some Group "B" em ployees have bad as many as 10 .pay raises la the past two years. 1, fa his statement toe, Mr. Mcllraith was believed to be i stag chat aa a sseaad basis, that at "cmparakillty" tba way Chrg Service pay rates Has are up to staasV eras to private bastosss aad tadnitry aa further adjust-assart eeaid be Justified. Finally, the Privy Cobb el I President was said. In his statement, to be making a reference to fringe benefits. In tba Civil Service suebll things as, sick leave, super-1 ennuetion. medical and hospital msurance and death benefits. Mr. Mcllraith said recently, amount in extra cost to 25 per cent of the Federal payroll, r In-business and industry, tba best that the most "modern" and '"advanced", firms In busi ness and industry do Is 13 pet cent, the Treasury Board President only last week reported. Cubans For'Clea! -KINGSTON. Jamaica f API- Leaving HaiU behind, hurricane Cleo churned on today for a brush with Jsmaica and a possible coflisioa wish Cuba. Jamakaa ' weathermen said Cleo hi showing remarkable similarity to last year's hurri cane ' Flora, which lightly touched Jamaica and then hit Cuba with devasuting force. killing more than 1.000 persons. Havana radio said residents have begun evacuating Cuba's Orlente province. The Kingston weather bureau kid Cleo's . 140 - mile-aa-hour winds wart slowed to 110 mnes- aa-hour by the mountains of Hani, hut are expected to build up again between Jamaica and Cuba. Although the fuH force of the hurricane - Is expected to skirt this - Wand,' ; Jamaicans were warned to prepare for gales and possibly hurricane - force winds.,. sts S. Viet Nam President Jetii Governing unto . Capitulates To Buddhists SAIGON (Reuters) South ! Viet Nam's ruling .military i junta decided today to withdraw the: provisional constitu-jtion of Aug. II snd elect a new I chief of state replacing Presi dent Nguyen Khanh. The revolutionary couacH met while thousands of student and Buddhists demonstrated in Saigon streets against President Khanh. ' 11,100" IN MARCH Some 20.000 demonstrating tuiimta marched oa the Dresi- fit dential office this morning . ... . m.k I A . I.l. .L. t I .l4l iJ liUluj - reelrofT tque aimed . at pacifying tne demonstrator. It promised re vision of the provisional const!- tutioa drawn up 10 .days ago: shortening of the five-hour bight curfew by one hour, establish- ment of a press council to supervise censorship: and punish ment Of erring local authorities. . Turn to Page S-S. VIET Inside , 7?" I, i rirv ; Jl , .-'at Trent tivt Vllmwm f mtr -A Hmrd Day's Nithf as flraf mania ttrikti at tUnint BemlUt' lir'it movie. .. Pat 21 Jack Breakt and Ma Fretdman, Tki Jommatt m s e a-ihftpol in ' A tlkntic 1 City, repart mu the-Democratic convtn tian tpemimg andtpot-litkt a kattesM with tke mattett. Page 7 -TkJ Ontario Liberal leadership fight ran linnet Kand Douglas Fisher pntt the eandi- '-dates' support under scrutiny. , Page 7 Below the Hill 21 Billy Graham IS Bridge 4 ' Classiied Ado 3S-3S Comics It, 17 CrOMWOfd a a a a U Editorials Financial .. - S Horoscope 4 Kilgallen , It Sports ............. 12-14 TeU Me Why SS TV. 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