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August 28, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 5

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1904 "From Pate One Kennedy It was the highlight of night which gave Um tint clue ai to bow Um Democrats Intend ,to Ml t0 'i(ht the. campaign. , tt appears, win I J- the policy, ran en ha wlU wleM Um kalfe or the sledgehammer m the Repubbcea epasaeala. Till It roughly Um earn po-Mqf ai that already adopted by Republic m Barry Qoldweter and BUI Miller. On that aid Miller will bold 'he knife something at which aW js expert and one of the priBM) reasons lor him being nominated candidate. Not once hi hi acceptance tpejach did Johnson menUoa the name of Goldwater. But K rolled sarcastically oft the lips of Humphrey l times. TEMPORARY SPOKESMAN Humphrey called him "The temporary spokesman for the Republican party" and "a man who la to far from the main stream of opinion ha has not van reached Um abort." Bobby Kennedy went before the convention to honor the memory of hit brother, the lata President Kennedy. .- New seeking the Democratic aummataw far U 4. senator treat New York, ha made hit lint and eary appearance at the tenveatlna tt a traduce a Nba hiasrag the late arest. . The attorney genera) stood with head bowed at the wave of noise .swept aver him while he waited to Introduce a film portraying highlights of his brother's brief years as presi- Ment: DELEGATES ROAR . Eleven timet Kennedy sought to begin ha speech, but could get no farther than. "Mr. Chair- Eaeb attempt touched throats of Uie thousands of dele gates and spectators that carried the tumult ever higher. Twice he stepped back and convention officials tried to still Um noise, but without effect Finally, as Kennedy once agam began to speak over Um shouting, it subsided, and a rapt silence replaced Um noiso. As Kennedy spoke of the hopes and ideals that sustained his brother daring bis three years at president, and of his pride in the Democratic Party, many delegates wept Even mora handkerchief ap peared during the film that fed lowed, especially at the and when President Kennedy was shown playing with hit children and taking part hi happy family activities. . Train Wrecks Cement Mixer, Driver Unhurt A cement mixer truck was demolished shortly before p.m. Thursday when it wis hit by three-unit CPR freight train on Leamy Street m Hull. The driver, Rheal Perrier. 37, of 78 Notre Dame Street, Ay! mer. remained in the cab of hit truck but came out of the ac cident without scrstch. The track, owned by Domln Ion IHiilding Materials Ltd.. was I proceeding west across the tracks near the Canada Cement plant when itt rear was bit by the train engine, ft scraped the whole length of one freight car and was hit again by the caboose and knocked into the ditch. Hull police are investigating. Engineer on the train was Stewart -Gilchrist, IS Oxford a swelling roar from the Street, Ottawa. WEATHER The I-foot-tal! Thor - Af ens booster rocket was aimed at a J7J-miIe-high polar orbit from which it could photograph ev ery square mile of the rotating earth's cloud cover at least once a day. I television cameras similar to those that took Ranger 7's close- ups of the moon, and night-time infra-red picture gear reported to be adapted from secret Sa mos and Midas space-spy satel lites, are expected to improve forecasters' ability to spot storms brewing far at. sea. Only Western-world weather men will benefit. Nimbus it not designed to. transmit pictures over Soviet territory.. Ka-ta Casual a brewn. Mack ee tea. nuns t U a. $3 e eyelet aeeeaala vaeaa wta erata leaUMr laaart. tu a. , !v 8.95 u U BuflaX erica patent Math- i Black patent' teethae woe Caplea'e. Sum S M a. $3 4.99 7 "avaae" wtth aeaalbla teas. Blase le a. 6.95 or hrewa. aeaae t Se . .THE OTTAWA JOURNAL guruaS as Mon4 laaj tn.lL M Oric Li aa4 (ar aaywwat at a "a. ui cm 0lM 1 Storm Satellite Laui VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (AP) A new storm-hunting Nimbus satellite vehicle rocketed into the sky today with cameras designed to take I.IM pictures of the world's weather every day. asi i SvfiV3eaaaaaeVt4 Dominion Public Weather Office Forecast: Mostly tunny and warm today. Saturday in creasing cloudiness followed by scattered showers or thunder- showert. Not quite to warm. Wind southerly 15 today. Increasing to 20 with occasional gusts to 30 on Saturday. Low tonight and nign Saturday at Ottawa 60 and 75. TEMPERATURES Low last night and high Thursday at: Dawson 37, 60. Vancouver 53. 61; Victoria 52, 59; Edmonton 50. 68; Calgary 48, 70; Saskatoon 49, 69, Regina 47, 67; Winnipeg 55, 74; Churchill 41. 55; North Bay 53, 71; Sudbury 52, 71; Windsor 65, 77; Toronto 61, 73; Kingston 53, 77; Ottawa 4a, 75; Montreal 55. 75; Quebec 48. 73; Hall-fax 51. 73; St. John's 52. 66; Chicago 75. 85; New York 64. 79: Washington 68, 83; Miami 79, 85; Denver 48, 72; Lot Angeles 64, 74; San Francisco 37, 75. Ottawa, Area Deaths CAROLINE AMELIA CHURCHILL, 98, widow of William Howe Churchill. Smiths Falls. : - -7'- ' : iiji m m m m i Property designed shoes maintain correct foot balance whether the child Is standing, walking or running. How long shoe continues to give adequate support depends bn the materials used, and the way the thoa a made. That's why it a important to buy quality. Utmost care Is taken to fit youit chUdren's feet frith the right shoe. ;(., KB ' -UntmeM'' twe-etrap axfari With aarfaratal vmaip Bfwwa k ataas t U S . 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They met" after the show and beorge revealed be waa seek ing a new partner. He au. gested that Gracie Join him. Oracle recalled later.- "til course George had written this an tor nimseir. with himself as the comedies and I as the treisht man. Bm the kmii thing my straight lines got the laughs. People laughed twice as hard at my not being fumy as they laughed at George's be ing runny, when we came air after Um first show, be said. We're switching parts. Grade.' He rewrote Um act then and there." Burns and Allen played vaudeville for three veare before ha was able to convince her they r Should get married. They were wed in Cleveland Jan. 7, Ills. GOT TO TOP They became headliners in vaudeville and starred on the bill that closed out vaudeville at New York's Palace Theatre. After guest-etarring oa Rudy Vallee and Guy Lombardo radio programs, they began their own show Feb. IS, 1132. Their career continued in ra dio and television until Grade's retirement. They also appeared in such movies as Big Broadcast of IMJ, International House. Love in Bloom. Damsel in Distress. College Swing. Honolulu- e The Grade Allen Murder Case. The Bums had two adopted children, Sandra, born la 1134. and Ronald, in ins. sums continued his career after his wife's retirement. He appeared as a tingle in night clubs and on television and teamed for a while win Carol Charming. He alee produced television shows and will star this coming season in a new series. Wendy and Me. VOLCANO ERUPTING SAN SALVADOR. Et Salve dor (AP The long - inactive volcano Chaparrastique in eastern El Salvador hat started erupting ashes, damaging some coffee plantations and forest lands. Shop Tonight 19 . . . Sgturdty to 6 downtown if t CAPLAN'S KItKAV ITUIT New Fall Bulkiest Orlons Wools Wool Blends V3L Wools wtth em-bratdered buttons. Jaequards, Tyrol-sen patterns, suede panel trims end the newest idea in the sweater picture, boiled wool, i so new. eo cosy and warm. 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