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MAINLY SUNNY, K:: COOLER, Low, 55; High, 70 K Spotlight i- - On Hemlines Hemlines art in tk ifiatiiikt atain. On pat '22 are pkatat released bf Parte desitners ee. tames skawn at tke Fall' Winter Celled ten t and indicate Paris designers are atain fending abant hemline lengths. . Tht lamer hemline above mas Introduced by Yves St. 'Laurent. Spoce " An Ex Problem ' v "'" '"."-.'.( " The Exhibition needs f tuart space, officials -V say this pear's retard attendants proved t Lansdowne Park is ; ' na longer big enangh, , nd. talk has started,: : again an Its ex Pan- i sian... See Page 21 . i ; f v i paign will aee Postmaster-Gen-era! Nicholson, a Howe protege, tagged with the label "what's prom iie?" , . HAS WHAT IT TAKES The Hansard record of Com- mons proceedings last Tuesday hat all the ingredients of a first class political controversy and Judging by their reactions at the' Revolutionaries Blamed mmi'''mmmmmmmmmmawammmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmm R0 abortive, weekend firearm More holdup in which two shop employees were killed In a barrage of gunfire when police arrived. Police aald one of the victims was killed by the bandits "and we fear the other employee waa shot by one of our policemen white the great confusion reigned at toe scene of the Inspector Roland ' Perron of the 'Montreal and terrorist squad , said Sunday the five raiders bad "revolutionary tendencies," but that four person captured near the Ue will not be identified until a coroner's inquest is held. He aaid one waa a French - speaking son Canadian and none bad criminal in Montreal. No Grant For Grest Theatre TORONTO (CP) A refusal by the Canada Council to provide grant this year to the Crest Theatre of Toronto has caused the theatre to postpone ha opening scheduled for Sept 16, Murray Davis, artistic director for the Crest Foundation, said Sunday. The council, asked for S20.000 grant this year, refused to provide any money for the theatre. - No reason waa given. The Ontario Arts Council has agreed to provide $10,000 In grant to the theatre this year1 the same amount a it gave last year. - It had been asked for (20.000. . - Mr. Davis told the actors who were rehearsing for Brecht On Brecht, the first production, that they would be paid until the end of tht week. The actors volunteered to continue rehearsing until Satur day m hope of a reprieve. PEDIGREES PRONE TO AILMENTS Ottawa time there la little doubt that i to do that la another matter the Conservatives will make: and different from speaking as the beat of It Mr. Nicholson, minister re sponsible for housing, was be ing questioned about an im pending Increase in veterans housing rentals in Vancouver. He also was .being reminded of an election promise, made by fellow Vancouverite, Northern Affairs .Minister Laing. to hold the line on the rent ". . . There b a difference between a private person campaigning aa a member of the Opposition trying to get eieoted and a member of the govern ment, Mr. Nicholson said. "When a man speaks during the course of an election campaign about what be will try national Firearms Company, and store employee Alfred Fin ish, 17. Eight other employees in the store at the I p.m. clos ing time raid were not hart. Claims Gov't Victory Says Albrtvill . Recaptured, Hostages Freed By ROBIN MANNOCK - LEOPOLDV I L L E (AP) Premier Moise Tsfeombe say his army has recaptured the strategic city of Albertville hi the Eastern Congo, but Comma-nit -backed rebels are reported on the march again toward Bukavu. . ... ; T hombt personally announced the - government vic tory overt Radio Leopoldville Sunday. He said the rebel left behind their weapons a the flight from the city. There waa no confirmation from other sources. Tihomb said the rebels still held Aibertllle airport. 12 mile from the city. A spearhead of white n canaries approached the ' air port last Thursday but w driven off by machine-gun fir. Five were wounded. HELD HOSTAGE Tshombe said his troops freed 21 Europeans who bad b held hostage by the rebels. He gave no mdicatloa of the fate of about It other white In the city. - i Vara to Page TSHOMBE i ' CRASH KILLS FIVE NEWCASTLE. N.B. (CD- Two car collided head-on -M mile from her Saturday, kill ing five people. A sixth victim wa near death in hospital her. a member or me government. Conservative strategists now are paraphrasing this with the phrase "what'e prom ex?" LABEL STUCK Nearly 11 years passed before Mr. Howe was able to challenge successfully the quotation attributed to him. -But it stuck and many pundits ascribe to It part of his and the former Liberal government's defeat in 1957. . -- It actually happened back in 1945 when one November evening la the Commons Mr. Howe waa explaining the spending program for his department of Reconstruction and Supply. ' Turn to Page WHAT'S MONTREAL (CP) Revolu-I Dead are Leslie McWiflii tms.. Ins tianaries are blamed for tbel vice-president of the Inter- p. perron jaid two of tne bandits ate red the store through the front door a three more waited la a car parked at the back of the More. CARRIED HIDDEN RIFLE One of the first group bad a rifle concealed trader hi coat and the other a loaded rifle maiadn clip he quickly eertedinto a weapon be asked a More employee to let him see. An jemnloyee said the latter bandit then pointed the gun M the clerk and announced la French that Ve aoa't want any meneyHust rifle and ammun- Mr. McWllliams, apparently thinking the bandit wa a customer who should know better than aoint the tun, rushed to ward him. sayint: "Don't be erazv. don't de thai" and was awiiied down. - Tarn to rag iwu sum Viet Nam - ... . -. Gov'tSeeks Riot Reds SAIGON (AP) Warning that further violence would be met with lore, the .government search today tor Communists suspected of tak ing part to test week's Budd- blst-Romaa Catholic riots. The government said 441 per- including some Commu nist, have been rounded up fen Saigon as far. Aa army announcement said troop would (hoot at demon strators who refuse to obey or. ders. For a time last week sol diers watched with folded arms while Catholic and Buddhist youth battled to the streets with machetes, brick and other Calm has been restored Saigon. A funeral procession of (MM Catholics passed through a Buddhist section without In cident Sunday a the bodies of six Catholics killed Friday were born to their grave. U IC Dog Breeders Warned LONDON (AP) Some f Britain's pedigreed dog rat a partial mvalldWamicted with ma)or hereditary defect, medical survey by leading veterinary surgeons disclosed today. " Their report cautioned pedigree owners to seek expert ad-vie before going ahead with breeding. f ... . ' Findings of the most comprehensive medical, checkup ever attempted by the Britain' devoted dog . breeder were contained in a 4,0M word report published by the Kennel Cult. , Veterinarians found many doit In nearly X leading pedigree strain ars prone to such ailment a Ingrowing eyelids (entropion), growing blindness (retinal atrophy), slipping A kneecap (patella taxation),' oft palate and hip dysplasia (displacement). -DOG BREEDERS 'A Kennel Club spokesman aald the ailment would be described in ordinary language In M.0M pamphlet to be distributed to dog breeder. , Britain ha exported morn, than 1,004 pedigreed dogs an-' Dually for the last four years. Many originate from email back yard business. ; ' I .. Ingrowing eyelids, which can bring constant pain and blindness, waa found com-, monly In chows, wire haired fox terrier,. Dalmatians, St' Bernards. Airedale and the bull breeds. Including boxer.' TOY POODLES . ' : A Hip dysplasia was said to afflict many larger breed; except greyhounds. Retinal atrophy wa found In miniature - and toy poodles. cocker spaniels, rough and border collies, Labrador1 retriever and English sprinter spaniels. Slipping kneecaps were pre valent among small breeds. Including miniature poodles. small terriers and Pekingese. The report said dogs with this conditio often "move quite considerable dlstence on the foreleg with the; kind legs In the air.' Soft palate is a product of elective breeding which has shortened the dog' shall without a ' corresponding shrinkage m the palate, the report said. "Present day trends in the breeding of short aosed dogs produce Specimens which sul fer from difficulty la breathing to ail aver Increasing de- free." , Journal I HE ' 79TH YEAR-222 SEVEN CENTS OTTAWA, MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 1964 Sunrise (.23 IJB EDT Suntet 7.42 p.m. EDT THIRTY -SIX PAGES Inside Remember 'What's a Million?' ! Inventory of Canadian Achievement Journal 4 it 1 - f i r r. SSe Won The Ex House A West End grand-S! mother ' was "terrified" token ska wan ; 5,000 ?' home andnew tar in tke Exhibition dram. , Hera Mr: Edith , A ronton, af 144 Caw- , let A venue, it at the deer . r a . . ftem..... S Pf 21 What's a Promise .... V I- ' .--v.'' I To Plague Grits? (By Ths CP) For miny yeart the late C. D. Howe wa alleged to be the author of the remark 'what'f a million?- In an off- hind reference to government pending. Now political observer! on Parliament Hill are wondering whether the next election cam CeimftemiiniDal , Mdu1oitli t Project - NEW LINK TO THE NORTH .;:-:v-.;- . : Northern Affair Minister Laing drill a silver-plated bolt into a rail on the . 60th parallel a the Great Slave Lake Railway moves into the Northwest Territories 1 from Alberta. The line win run from the Peace River country in Alberta to Hay River, NWT. 377 mile and will have a 55-mile extension to a large mine at Pine Point near Hay River. (CP-Journal wtfaphotol UNEASY QUIET RETURNS Sporadic Vandal ism; Keeps Philly Police on Alert PHILADELPHIA (AP) A tense, uneasy quiet returned to the riot-ravaged Negro section of North Philadelphia today. after a weekend of violence, looting, and pillaging. Sporadic vandalism, window smashing and throwing of rocks at police continued into the early morning hours, but City and polk officials said the situation remained under control and th four-square-mile trouble tone wa returning to relatively normal operations. Some I.Ms police continued to saturate the area, which re mained under a 24-hour cur- NEGRO RIOTING Mayor H. J. Taw emphasized that ctear-the-street order, 1 ' Saturday, remained In effect. The proclamation, fail ing under an ItM law, made K a misdemeanor, with a maxi mum penalty of two years In prison, for anyone to be on the street without legitimate bust- Tata said in a statement Sun day night, some M hour after the Negro rioting broke out, that 225 Moras bad been looted and more than 3Sa persons ar- rested for various violations. The injured totalled 347, including M policemen. Almost all of the injuries were minor. YOUTH SHOT There was one shooting re ported. Police said Robert Green, a 2l-yeaml4 Negro, was wounded Saturday night when be pulled a knife on a patrol man who was chasing persons throwing can at a patrol car. Tate estimated "several mil- of dollars" in damages Index Bridge ................ SS Billy Graham 15 Classified Ad 245 Comics 2, XT Crossword .....55 Curtain Call 4 Editorial Financial - B Horoscope 4 Kilgallen ....... ,, Sports 14-H Tell Ma Why .......... ' II TV, Radio -... 24, 27 Theatre .....I.. ....... 12 Weather S Women' News 22-25 Your Health ........... 27 REPEATS 'NO SURRENDER' VOW and other cost caused by the rioting, which broke out Friday night. The mayor instructed Fredrk R. Mann, city director of com merce, to meet with business men today to outline a proposed plan of assistance. ?-- In a television appearance Saturday night, the mayor said the rioting had no relation civil rights fights by Negroes, but was "criminal hoodlum' ism" and looting. A special riot court at city returning from n religious festival plunged into a deep ravine Sunday, killing 2 parsons. Th 54 other aboard were injured, some critically. The accident occurred outside this village about 4 miles north of Mexico Cltv.- 1 area for -the British-French attack on Egypt during the WW Suet crisis. i , . .". Reliable sources said and Nasser also discussed possible shipment or soviet arm to Cyprus via Egypt, but the communique did not indi cate this ha been discussed. Makariot ' said Sunday that Nasser Yreassured me of his support in several way. In an address In the Greek TORONTO (CP) Premier Robarts announced today that Ontario' centennial project will be a $5,000,000 centre of science and technology and will be located on a 180-acre site in the Don Valley in Metropolitan Toronto. The first phase of the nroject, to be known as the Centennial Centre of Science and Technology, will be ready for opening July 1, 1967. the premier said at a press confer ence. He said the protect will be the first of Its kind in Canada. We will create a centennial protect which will be a living lymbol. ..not only of our IMth anniversary but of Canadian- Ism in the best patriotic and national sense," the premier said. "Of equal, if not greater importaace.lt will be a mean pf looking into our bright dynamic future." TAKE. EFFECT The premier announced that the project's permanent direc- tor will be Dr. George Mac- Beath. t, previously director of the New Brunswick Museum at Saint John. N.B. His appointment Is to take effect Sept. I. : John Gale Crean of Toronto, a life member of the Royal Ontario Museum and a former president of th -Canadian ' Chamber of Commerce, has ac cepted th post of chairman of board af directors responsl- , bis for construction and maintenance of the centre. They will , be responsibW to a provincial cabinet committee under James Auld. minister of tourism and information. . i FULLY CANADIAN The protect will be aa in ventory of the achievements, of our people where we can see and feel and touch those achievement; where we can tay-4hi was don by a Cana dianthis was invited by a Canadian, so w can say this development was .conceived and created L by Canadians so we can say this is we future of Canada." the premier said. Premier Robarts said today' announcement i the culmination of studies which have been conducted by the Ontario government since September, 1K2. Th selection of a soluble site has been -particularly difficult. He said the offer of the fed eral government to make a fi nancial contribution to provin cial centennial projects re quired that they should be built in provincial capital and that provincial governments iil give an 'understanding that after the projects art com pleted they will be operated by hall worked into Sunday night jth prnvinccl, designated ""'"M,UI '"""'"'""""I agencies, as a living symbol of the rlotiag. The defendants ; tennlsd of Cooled- were oeing ncia on cnargej j j,.,, ranging irom ourgiary w aggravated assault and battery by shooting. v4 -s - - M DIE IN PLUNGE ZEMPOALA, Mexico (AP) A bus crowded with pilgrims The Convention In Retrospect tke kigk emotional moment af tke Democratic Convention and an aceonnt of tke convention's mood and meaning are Ike subjects af Jakn W. Crate's report from Atlantit City an tke Editorial Page af Tke Journal today. Makarios Wins Nasser Support By ALEX EFTY 4 NICOSIA (AP) - President Makarios won a pledge of sup port today from the United Arab Republic m his dispute with Turkish Cypriots on troubled Cyprus. AnU . U.S. demonstra 1 1 o a continued to Turkey. , , President Gamal Abdel Nasser also warned against outside Interference In the Island's attain, said a joint communique issued la Alexandria at the conclusion of talks between Nasser, and Makarios. . However. . Nasser ' did not specifically pledge military sup port. ' .. : : Nasser' pledge to Makarios followed official talk between posed to the presence of West. the two in Alexandria and came on the heel of renewed demonstrations la Turkey's key cities. The - United Arab ( Republic thus followed the lead of Greece and the Soviet Union la promia- mg help U Cyprus were invaded by Turkey.- . "The UAR Is prepared to provide Cyprus . with every possible 'support lor the sake of strengthening the effort of the Cypriot people la their strUcgle m safeguard the unity of their island,", the communique said. . "The two side agreed that foreign military bases are a threat to international peace. Nasser 4s known to be op- i , .... ,.i , em military base In th eastern Mediterranean. Britain re tain two - military base on Cyprus under the 14 treaty of independence. A British base on Cyprus wa used a staging Orthodox cathedral In Alexan dria Makarios, Archbishop of Cyprus, reaffirmed "our deter mination to carry 00 our strug gle to the end ... wa wont We believe thar with people who have the strength to fight, we will win hi the end and live free and united with Greece. la other developments Sunday, angry .Turk staged anti-Greek and antl-U.S. demonstra-' tions for th fourth successive day while 4he United Nation command ht . Nicosia charged ' yinai luraisa ana ureas ingma lover Cyprus bad heightened tension. ... Turn to S MAKARIOS I' V V'i 1 X v.