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August 29, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 5

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SATURDAY. AUqU8T 29. 1964 " Laval School Of Journalism Coming Soon? QUEBEC (CP)-A course m practical Journalism given this Summer by (wo French - language newspapers here may hasten the establishment of a faculty of Journalism at Laval University. The course, the first o( its kind to be given In Quebec City, was taken by 11 students All but three ' passed the final examination set by the newspaper. L'Evenement and Le : A.-FY Mercier, vice-president and general manager of the pa pers, said the course will be ol fared aaaiwwext Summer. - ' , Migtv Louis-Albert Vachon. factor of Laval, cited the poesl- bla hastening of a journalism faculty in - messaga to Mr, Mercier. summit MM I From Page One; Spied acce to the United State because Canadian flies on them are not passed on to American authorities. MADE TWO TRIPS - MacDnnald said "a known Communist who works at (he Polish Legation in Ottawa' nd acta as a courier between the Russian Embassy and Com eaunist legations has made two trip through tha United States without being, stopped. . "The RCMP haa proof ahe's i" courier," ha said. "And fhey'v never passed on the Information to the FBI or cia (Central Intelligence Agency) so she's never been slopped. "She also wis chosen to represent Canadian women in Cuba during the Cuban crisis. Tha RCMP had the information m liar weeks before she left and they should have turned it over to American Ht plane to tpeak at the -Bomarc missile lite near Nortn Bay early today. He will speak IB Sudbury, later in the day. ., i . Smog Threat To Pembroke company PEMBROKE (Staff) Council ll Inviting disaster by "contin ually bugging" company oftt eiali about excess smoke al legedly emitted from stacks of Canada Veneer Limited, Councillor Lea Smith said Friday. "If you keep on, you'll' have' an empty building up mere in atmmA Af m ntant Mrtriltnvin 300 men." be warned. ! Complaints about smoke wera revived Friday night by Councilllra Frank Nlghbor and Deputy r Reeve Donald Simp-: ton. - 'I Tha company hat tpent $10,-000 In an attempt to alleviate the nuisance. . I . Ta Councillor Smith It was Ironical that Pembroke, "tuin-fry for Industry," ihould follow a court likely to "drive Canada Veneers Into Northern Quebec.-' ' '- It ' was recommended that public works committee ehould appoint a committee to discuss the amok with company offi cials. V" ry " 'FINE VICTORY' funris Ml a.m. EOT Sunset 7.4S pan. CDT THE OTTAWA JOURNAL AutfcA4 M Mcon4 lM mUL ' Omen Lpunnt. Oft i4 tor fymmt imUii im c If )(A' V . - . SQUATTED IN TREE Provincial policemen struggle with Robbiy Fyn, 17. of Lambeth, near London. Ont.. after he returned to the ground front a two-hour squat in a tree. Robbiy, other children and homeowners attempted In vain Friday to prevent removal of 11 trees in their area. lAP-Journal WlrapHotol LB J Doesn't Fear White Backlash By IRWIN FRANK ATlANTiq CITY l! Presi dent Johnson told Democru "Friday that votes they may lose because of (he so-called white backlash are from people who "don't want to treat people alike. They don't want lo treat people like Americans." Johnson,1 smiling and confi dent, (old the Democratic Na. tional Committee Republicans will tce three votes from what he calls the"frontlash for every vote Democrat Iota from (he backlash. "When you gi 3 to 1 it's alwayt satisfying," he laid. Johnson spoke in the ball room of convention hall, with Senator Hubert H. Humphrey of Minnesota lilting next to him. It was in this hall that they were nominated to head the Democratic ticket. NATIONAL PARTY Jhe President predicted "the American people are going lo win one of their finest victories in November" and the parly has i(s greatest opportunity "(o From Pa6 One "During (he decade (1964-74) we propose to give Increasing emphasis to (he provision of aircraft for direci support of our ground forces. "We anticipate that a high performance aircraft will be available to provide aufTicieni riexiDiuty tor any task we might undertake, from grou ,d attack lo air surveillance." LOW-LEVEL FIGHTER Under consideration are: The Douglas Skyhawk A-4. a subsonic, low-level flghtir which d the only one capable ot operating on HMCS Bona venture, the RCN'i only air- cm! carrier; -The Northrop F-5. a 1,000 mph ground-support aircraft which sells for $670,000 and haa low operating coats; The Macdonnell F-4 Phantom, a $2,000,000 fighter in service with all branches of the U.S. armed force and which fliea at 1,600 mph and ia rated ."x tremely good" In official circles; SUPERSONIC PLANE 1 The General Dynamic TFX, an extremely supersonic plane sun m experimental ttagea; The Grumman A-4 Intruder, an all-weather, fine-target, sub sonic plana telling for $3,000, 00$ a copy and operating on a highly-sophisticated electronic tyltem; - -. The Republic F-10S, an extremely high-level and. highspeed interceptor; ( The Boeine VTOL (vertical take-off and landing), which might eventually meet other use than (hot set out ih the Wait Paper; . th-NorthAmericin MOO. or Super Sabr, a development from the F-M Sabre aircraft flown for yean by the RCAF in Korea, Canada and Europe ana now retired from service. Only three or four of these planes are being given aerlbui consideration la Canada tnd the choice among those must' be build a true national party." Johnson said polls show the White backlash . among some normally Democratic voters averaging between 10 and IS per cent across the U.S. wmle the tame polls show the front lash against the ' Republican party candidates averages about 30 per cent. Johnson said some Democrat may vote Republican for . reason other than the Negro civil nghtt movement, but. hit- emphasis was on civil rights. In comparing the figures in three national polls, Johnson said (he backlash wouid drive away from II (o 22 per cen( of the Democrat! while the front lash would drive from 26 to 33 per cent of Republican voters from their party s candidates, Call Meeting To Check Peep-Holes FORT WILLIAM (CP)-E. S. Grainger, financial secretary of (he Post Office Employees As sociation here said Friday a special meeting has been called to protest the construction ol peep-holes in the washrooms at Fort William's new federal building. The peep holes in (he present post office allow employees to be kept under surveillance while sorting mall, but not while .they are in washrooms. Mr. Grainger said letter of protest written to members of Parliament have produced no change in the plans for washroom peep-holes In (he new building. Fined $200 On Gaming House Charge Rene Verdun, 32, of 177 Hin-chey Avenue, Friday was convicted on a charge of keeping a common gaming house and fined $200 and costs or 30 days by Magistrate Sauve, ;' At the same time the magistrate fined five persons $50 each for being found in the house when morality detectives raided it Aug. 1. Police Mid they broke up a poker game In which Mr. Verdun was being paid out of the pot,' or stakes. Ottawa; Area Deaths THOMAS LAFlAMME, 88. retired, 17 Stevenson Street DONALD JAMES COUPE, 32, 28 Robinson Avenue. MRS. MAMIE RAMSAY, 85. widow of John Ramsay, of Low, Qua. - . . MRS. NORA J. WAD-DELL, houiewif. BeU'a Corners. - ULUAN J. MERRIAM, 64, Of 1054 Sierra Boulevard. - Cooksvjlle, Ontario, Tories Flay 'Empire Building' By Th Canadian Pmi Conservative Party charge ot empire-building in (he new tnduitry Department got if temporary, result in the Common! Friday. Industry Minister Drury cut the $4,677,100 appropriation (or administration of the department by StiOO.OOO. -NO STAFF CUT But he didn't promise' any reduction in naff. He said the cut was being made because W-fuers weren't being recruited as fast as expected. Alfred D. Hales PC Wellington South) said Mr. Drury had revealed "one of the greatest empire-building programs in the history of (his government." Mr. Drury said the depart ment will have 645 officers, of wnom 4W naa Deen rccruiicu. and "supporting staff." At least 267 officers will gel from Page One Another A combined polire-lroop fly ing squad attacked (he central market place, which was in the hands of Buddhist rioters, and sent the crowd fleeing into li six street thai converge on the square. About 300 rlotera from both the Catholic and Buddhist mobs ware Jaltod. Police forced the youths to do calisthenics to lire them out before putting them ia cells. LOOKED ON The . rioters, rmed with club and machetes, offered little resistance. But a f hours earlier, Buddhist teen-agert captured the Catholic boy. drove him through the streets, then executed him with butcher knife in (he market place. Another ' 10-year-old boy wa the first to stab him. Armed paratroopers loeked on during the execution. In other part of the city, mob drove off police and hacked each other with a sea and machete. At one point during the attack, the Catholic defenders captured a Buddhist and bat tered him into a pulp- The Buddhist were later allowed to take hi body away. A they did, they Kooped up hi blood in a bucket and smeared themselves with It As Roman Cat holla priest pok lo the raporur In the compound. Injured Catholic demonstrators were being treated la a nearby room for wounds received In earlier, rioting. One of the youths Kill had a hatchet buried n hi head. A nun aaid (he hatchet was not immediately removed because it was feared that a clumsy removal might damage his brain. There were fears that the rioting in the capital, which broke out during the govern ment crisis that ended with Khanh's resigning as sole ruler, might hurt the war against the Communists. VS. official Mid, however. that troops in tha field had 111 SECOND f-UXM Cap! an$ , salaries of $8,000 to $29,000 a year. In a debate on the $24,194,-; 000 appropriation for the Industry Department an Increase of more than 60 per cent over I93 64 Mr. Hales said there is tremendous overlapping and confusion among the Industry, Trade and Defence Production departments. RAPS RENT f4o thought was given lo the added costs which had to be borne by the taxpayer. The department, which could have remained a branch ot (he Trade Department, was spending $384,000 0a year in rent for a building that included 119 private offices. To recruit siaff the department had issued 20.-000 booklets at a cost of $2,040. , George H. Doucelt (PC- Lanark) said the size of the department is out of all proportion lo (he (ime il has been oeraiing. The departmenl was set up last year Reg Cantelon (PC Kinder-(ley) said he wonders whether the department will add more to the economy than it costs the (axpayer. The Civil Service establishment was increasing at a tremendous rate. Theogene Ricard (PC St. Hyacinthe-Bagot) Mid the department could become an empire for the distribution of patronage. Gordon Aiken (PC Parry Sound-Muskoka) said he has never been able lo find out what the Defence Production Department does. The tim had come when (he department no longer was ful filling its original functions and should be absorbed by other departments. Marcel Lambert (PC Ed Imonton West) said the same thing should be done with a dormant Crown corporation. Defence Construction (1951) Limited. The company wa no longer necessary Defence Production Minister Drury id" In the three muni-lion plants operated by Carta dian Arsenals limited, a Crown corporation, may be sold lo pri vate interests in the near future. CASA Plans To Continue Program (By The CP) - The Cena dian Amateur Ski Association Friday night it will continue with Its long-range plan for an national ski team despite the federal government's decision to remove financial support. The association aaid in a statement (ha( (he recenlly-in- creaed government grams for training coaches to the ski body made no provision for tha plan. whereby skier who desire to represent Canada Internation ally may continue their school ing. Ray G r I n n 1 1 of Mano- (ick. Ont., press liaison officer and past president of (he fed eration, said the team training school would be set up this year been as active as ever aaaintt I at Nelson. B.C.. where educa- the guerrillas. tionat facilities are provided, i 0? 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