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' continuing UN peacekeeping ; force In Cyprus to the Security Council early next month. The i force includes 1.130 Canadians. . ; Thant showed up at a party ; for' group of eight Turkish parliamentarians whose leader. f j I ONLY .ASHEXIi JIEMAINS Seven Hull Businesses Lost Comb For Cliie By J. CLAUDE LEGARE ' - of The Jeuraal Hull fir .officials today 'launched' an extensive investigation into ' the cause of a Wednesday afternoon fire which roared through seven downtown businesses. Ten' persons eight of them firefighters were i J r d during the 'course' of the five-boor, UOt.MO b!ate. - V' .: - The first firemen ea the sceae bad ta fight the Pre k sling deem ar a a crets ed peaitiea. BuDett frees the Fall stack f aatmualtiaa at - the Ttardware store Mpieded, all direetlaas. c THANT PROPOSAL Urges UN Force LeaveCyprus UNITED NATIONS W)- 1 : Secretary-General U Thant said ' Wednesday night he wUI hand . hit ' recommendation on dia- i Osman Bolukbasi, had Just ; called the force, at a press con-ference here; "an ineffective '. group of armed counsellors.'' , TURKISH CHARGE f The 'Charge -was also con- '. talned in a Turkish government ) letter to the Security Council, asking It to hold itself on the ! alert for an emergency meeting UNDERDOG TO ;pr Fire Ruins to: fn LWuUnant C k a r i a s Deeaarals aarrewly escaped death wbea part ef a skylight fell ea him as be was surveying the aside ef one af the ateree. He waa treated a haspttal far back ajuries, masr haras ' aad cuts a a d later released. .. - Other firefighters iajured were: - Inspector Jean Paul St. Amour, who suffered a broken wrist when be 'slipped off ladder; . .. Lieutenant ' Jacques Legare who suffered cuts to the face and minor burns, and firemen Andre Duehaine, Robert Paquln, Jacques Culndon and Gaston to deal with measures for halt ing Greek-Cypriot pressure or the Turkish-Cypriot minority. Thant told a reporter he has given up the idea of expanding the force or about 8,700 men from 13 countries becauae he has had no response to his request for $2,000,000 in a hurry to pay the remainder of the force's costs, estimsted at $12, 000.000. Thant said that in view of the lack of response he win draft a report and can the Security Council Into session soon after he returns Tuesday from an atomic energy meet' Ing m Geneva. Withdrawal of the force would come early in September, he predicted. STRIKE AGAIN? bmt. Tereata Telegram r porter wk splashed a awvt ml carteaful at eew's bleed seethe grssa carpeted f I r at ta Cmmst hta m Op awltaa Gallery Meaaay, ha dcaplt court, actio, , "la return ta Ottawa aad rf. Pwv llaatent another visit," In Coart, wher h was assessed Fi ra penaMe,' he said that ha had thrown the ravreau rromises : .. H-fr - t'.inj. ,; Cause Slncnnes."weo were treated" m hospital (or smoke poisoning. - Oae' other flreaaa waa treated aa the eceae wbea bis tiaras aaaght fire daring the blase. x '! ..... Maurice Blouia, manager of Ftrnand Moussean Hardw a r store and arts .centre, and aa employ, .Ferdinand Mnrd suffered burns to their hai and singed hair aa they tried to fight the bias befor firemen arrivd." , ?,.. DESTROYED Destroyed in th blaz. which was fought by J Hull fir lighters, under Chief Roger Poitra. were: Feraand Mousseau Hardware and Art Centra, 11 Lavaf Street owned by Feraand Mousseau, of Hull: . Charroa - Menard, wholesale tobacconist, II Laval Street, owned by Elzear Charron and Phileas Menard, of Hun; Stade Reg'd. U Uval Street, owned by Edouard Cousineau; Tura , ta rag ; a cuaisi 7 s- What's BeloVthe Hill ....,.,. 17 Billy Graham SI Bridge .. M Ctassified Ads Comics ...... Crossword ,'. M.27 .. 31 Editorials Financial la, II Horoscope SI KOgaUett 44 Sports 3S-U Ten Me Why ........ t Theatre 44,41 TV, Radio M.S7 Women's New "blood bomb" toi locu Parlia ment's attention onSb caM of Calvin Macdonald, anemployed father of ight, who lor two years ha been demanding pub lic recognition by th XCMP as on of its under cover ti- Communlst stents. On. th . public . record. . Mr Macdonald (lands as a Com munist, having been "exposed' by that party as on of 'Its members.' 1 ' ' Tar a Pag J FAVREAU In 'Blood Bombinq, Case By RICHARD JACKSON I ! ' O'- f The JwtraaJ '-..V. j Th official book ha not been 'dosed 'On the , caw of the i"Blood Bombing of Par II a- .ment.' , i ' 1 Jastlce Minuter Favreau Wednesday assured th Com mon that aa investigation was 1ing,iad Into th motive and backgounj of the blsarra hi- icMant. c-n -. -v:r ' t ( . David' Cawttsaaw, fa ; Nr- it: j MAINLY SUNNY, WARM ' Low, 55; High, 80 79TH YEAR 219 SEVEN CENTS OTTAWA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1964 ST r. e FORTY-SIX PAGES Looters Prowl Battered Resort City 1 1 I! Th e Ottawa OURNAL "I:., -! - ' ' ' CDe;CIbbeir rtaells, IHlinnies MIAMI, FU..(AP and UPI) Hurricane Cleo smashed into th rich and thickly populated southeast coast of Florida today, caused heavy damaf- and plowed devastating path northward. .. The storm,' small but vicious killer, churned across Miami' with . surprising fury, lashing the city with winds up PM Steps In en Prime Minister Pearson may have opened the door hist a crack to Civil Service pay pro tests. " ' He Is arranging the interview with him requested by the Civil Service staff associations. And be promisee "sympathe tic consideration to reasonable arguments.' Monday n the Commons, Privy Council President Mcll- Triumvirate Ncmcdln- s. v- '':t By MALCOLM W. BROWNE SAIGON ( , Diplomatic source said today that millUry msdeta have named Mai. -Gen. Nguyen Khanh and two other general to run South Viet Nun for 60 dya amid new riot in which troop ar reported to bav killed three demonstrator. There was no Immediate con- flnnatioa from the governmvnl of the new triumvirate. Th ruling military Junta has been trying for two day to nam chief of government to fill th vacancy left when Khanh stepped down as president and crapped the constitution in the face of mounting demonstrations from Buddhist and student group. 1 V - ; Tocay casualties war re ported when government troop fired on t mob of 3,000 which tried to enter ' compound where : Junta . members war meeting to choose new' bead of tate. ' --,. Rsllable sources said LL-Gen. Traa Thien Khiem, former min ister of defence, and Mat-Gen. Duong Van Minn, former president, wer named with Khanh a member of the triumvirate. An announcement received in Saigon by diplomatic sources said the three would nil until national congress sleets head of government, , .'. Political" Prisoners Released n UN T1 TIM i Mm Mi" BERLIN Communist caei Germany has begun a rale of political prisoners. th majority of them West Germans and Wast Berliner, gov ernment sources her disclosed Wednesday Officials declined to confirm or deny report that th oper ation was' th outcome of secret contact between East and1 Wast German lawyer or law oicial, but observers said there was sufficient mridenc to how that West German au thorities hid and consulted. Tout figure in th operation war not disclosed but tararmd source said sev eral thousand persons wer In volved. Door Ob Pay ' to US mitos-an-hour, torrential rain and damaging tides. WORST SINCE 1 Unofficial estimates placed damage In the millions from the first hurricane to hit Miami in four years, and one of the worst sine; 1926. Looters raided damaged shops and stores throughout the ci'y. Nusoerous Injuries most Still in raith, reporting that the Prime Minister had tone over the protested scale of th salary in crease with him, declared flat- ly that their Joint Judgment was th pay raise wer "fair and equitable." - ' NO REVIEW And outside of th Home later, be mad it plain la an interview that ther would be no further review of the complaint, i -; Than yesterday In the House. Opposition Leader Diefenbeker wondered whether, "despite th apparent closing of the door" ny atr. Mctiraitn, the Prim Minister would grant th Civil 5rvea ff grouo tu rthT of iinal appeal to him penooaliy. -will the Prim Minister say." the Oppeaifioo L d r sscd, "that tf such aa mter-i view aoe use place, and the . . . . . argument advanced ar rea sonable, they will receive favor' able consideration?" " ' h Tata ea Page 3DOOR . et Takes To Lifeboat 0LBIA, Sardinia' (APJBrit- am's Princess Margaret, her husband and the Aga Khan re forced to abaadqa ship Wednesday ' in heavy -seas off Sardinia, Italia a authorities confirmed today. Th officials said all ar wIL n t.l- Mario Castellucci, prefect of Sassart City and main admin-; latrativ officer for this vac' Uoa are,' said police had in vestigated th accident. . "Benissimo,", was Castefluc- cfs one-word reply when askad bow the princes. Lord Snow- don and th Aga Khaa war. It mean "very well." ''J Employees of the Aga Khan aid this happened: The Amaloaa was sailing clos to the shore of Mortorio when K struck a rock and came to a standstill. . , i f The Amaloaa began taking water through a, bole punch by th rock, so th yacht' life boat was launched. ' The princes and her husband Mined lifejackets, clambered Into the lifeboat and wer safe ly landed on Mortorio, where they waited until a larger boat cam and took them back to GS Protest w. . FROM POWER GRIDS TO FOREIGN Democrats, GO P By JACK BROOKS - laadal a The Jaaraal ATLANTIC CITY - Th M'f?!,.!"' night, the' main parties m ' American 'politic ar further apart this lection year than they have beea for mora than 26 year.; Partly it is the result of coa- Manl demands .to give the voter a choice Instead of an echo. - Mostly R at because, Senator Barry Goldwater captured the party and Imposed Republican Republican from flying glass wars re ported, but there wer known fatalities. Hospital held staff overtime to treat the injured. Miami and Miami Beach, a city of plush homes and swanky resort hotels Just across storm- tossed Biscsyne Bay, were plunged into darkness by power . failure. Minutes after the hurricane struck, the only electric lights in the normally brilliantly-lit cities shone dimly from hospitals and other buildings with auxiliary power. The eye of the storm, which has left a rising toll of dead behind it in the Caribbean, moved directly over Miami, after indications It would pass out at sea. BATTERS LAUDERDALE Then it swirled slowly on to batter Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach, famed play place of the wealthy, some 65 miles i to the north. . I The U.S. Weather Bureau said it was expected to con tinue its northward course at II miles-an-hour through the, day, then veer away from the! mainland oa a northeasterly track tonight - Hwrkaaa warnings ware how tad an the way to Cap Kaaaedy, sit of snost VS. pace bunching. It mile aorta of MlaaL. Gal warnings extended another $t north ta Daytoaa aad a hug Lak Okeechobee m south centra! Florida. .. Th weather bureau warned tide may reach- fiv to even feet above normal. 1 Window in hundreds of Miami home and stores were mashed. Fnn "puwwlfne started dozen of fire. An 85- foot luxury yacht brok kraee from its mooring and drifted neipiessly without a crew in clashing wave. Trees toppled, roofs ripped off. STREETS LIKE CANALS Th National Hurricane Cen tra lost ft wind-measuring in strument in on Big iut when th needle pushed beyond the no mpn mark. Heavy rains deluged the dry." making k nam to tell streets from canals. Any small object not tied down hot away like cannon ball. , Th bowling wind blew out the lobby window of at least three major ocean front hotels Miami, Beech the Amart-i. Carillon and Deaaville. Th lobbies were deserted However, and no injuries wer reported. ' v v Many beachfront hotel reported window of guest room fronting th turbulent ocean weramahd. Mrs. Minnie Seligmin. 60, of Hoboken, NJ. suffered a frac tured arm when the door to her room in the luxury Fontame- bleau Hotel slammed on her. WALL CRACKED Th wall started cracking no water waa coming In," said bar 69-year-old husband, Eli. "Sh went to th door to get help and that's when th winaow went out. Sh. waa creaming and J couldn't get the door open to he ber." : Th storm became so In tent that mergency police and fir unit wer ordered to stay In safe shelter at it height an te they actually war engaged in saving live. ' several units, nevertheless, ventured forth in response to pleading call for help from persons trapped by fallen tree tn - trailer and flimiy home. In Hollywood, FI.; rail, road boxcar waa pushed eight mile by th wind and struck a car driven by an elderly man. Th Democratic plstrorm fun here Tuesday Republican 'version was adopt sd ss San Francisco a month ago.: ' - This is bow they differ: On foreign policy: the Republi can condemn what they say has been weakness befor communism by Democratic presi dent. It call repeatedly for victory aver communism and Brush ' Smashed i , - ,.. aaa f - l'-i - JOHNSON AND RUNNING MATE, SENATOR HUBERT . HUMPHReV Democrats' Choice Johnson, Humphrey MeaaTiclcef By ARCH MacKENZIE ATLANTIC CITY (CP)-Pre- Lyndon' aVJlaa -a and th Democratic party convention dried Wednesday night in giving unanimous full-lunged acclaim to November elections ticket featuring th president and Senator Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota as his vice-president. It was th climax of th four-day convention, ending tonight with President Johnson's acceptance speech and his Stth birthday. - Th M delegte. alternates and other qualified convention hands swelled by perhaps IS guests in, the huge conventionjball on th Atlantic City boardwalk took full opportunity to demonstrate at what has been aa unusually dull meeting. LITTLE EXCITEMENT There was little fresh excite-mjMft anerftMil bv the main - . ; source of excitement' so lar alppi and Alabama delegations for refusal to. sign loyalty oatns. ' But suspense or not and the choice of the Liberal Senator Humphrey, U, had been gener ally expected the convention took Its cue in waving a forest of. signs, shouting, rhythmic clapping and hoisting" pretty girls - aloft astride th party mblem of a donkey! 1 Th president kept the vice- presidential guessing gam going as long aa b could. ' SUMMONED SENATOR i He summoned th Minnesota senator,, whose selection Is expected to weaken the party ticket In soma southern areas, to Washington Wednesday afternoon whh others for consultations ,! t', r ., i ' He also Injected a variation ia the convention script by de ciding in what was believed a precedent-to come personally before the convention to name his choke. j '. ! He tipped reporter in Washington before returning with Senator Humphrey and told th convention after the formality POLICY Are Po les aside all talk of neeotiations. f The Democrats claim ta Kennedy ' Jikasi adabil tratlsa bav aaraad the tid la favor of th Wwt aad hut bat wwrM I bow aearer a It rejects agressiv measures against communism and calls for negotiation along with eco nomic and moral pressures RAP HOT LINE . " Th Republicans eritictz th Washingtoa Moscow hot tin of his own nomination had been completed. -Tber had, been oae simple guide la hi abundant canvassing of advice and prolonged personal reflection, b said. That was to get a man best qualified "to' assume the oil ice of the United States president if that lay should come.? Turn to Pag JOHNSON 'Ex'Crbwi Continue To Climb ATTENDANCE IBM IN3 M.4M 111.(22 re ' ISaturday . 1421 Maaday HUM SMtl Tuesday M.4I7 H.m Wednesday tt2l RJtt Tbcy splashed oil on the turnstiles at th Ex again Wednesday as MJ2I visitors set n attendance record for th day. Mister Moon River. Andy Wil- and hia smooth-swinging wer ftiH making a "happy sound" on th grandstand. "f ? , , 7 And CCEA Official sang th happy word that total attendance was op soma 23, tot aver last year.' To midnight Wednesday 2.4t person had paid admission to the exhibition With i. weather forecaster reading the' skies a sunny and warm, Ex ; officials probably have a reserve supply of oil to keep the turnstiles turning today. - ; Tura t Pat (EX ' - Apa rt 1 " and ar luk - warm to th test- ' Dan .irvmiy una possioie rurare disarmament move.' Th Democrat . prals atl thr.' ' ,''.- Th i Republicans ' call tor liberation of Communist satel lite countries and hinted at possible military assistance.. - Th Democrat said merely they would ncoure growing independence by all peaceful Tura to Page OEMOCRATS ' ,:X JS.:Ta-t'tUK a A..4, -v: .v'".''.''"C' k;,',7 ""..7 til, rf', -i , I r. it .a""ista-si - ' n , i i .r, J! t V, v." h

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