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V 79TH-YEAR96 -. IV 'I . rignr ro ' In Brazil GOULART Father of 4 Abandoned Car, -- Torn Coat, Glasses Found in Kingston BROCKVILLE (Staff) - Kingston police ; Wednes day "found the car of a" Brockville church organist and choirmaster who disappeared Monday night. Police officials said the 1955 model car owned by Johannes (Hans). Schouls, 35. of Brockville had apparently been abandoned, near the Kingston bus , depot two days before. Mr. Schousr glasses., a Jacket with a torn sleeve and papers " were-" found in the vehicle. Mrr Schouls. "a creamery office manager and father of four small children vanished after leaving in his car at 6.30 p.m. Monday to ' visit a friend in Odessa, 65 miles west of Brock-villa. Brockville police sergeant Les Sterritt said there was no rea--son to suspect foul play, but in the light of a cold blooded murder In Smiths.Falls on - the - weekend "people are ""wonder- .ing.r - " Turn to Page' 2 BROCKVILLE Overnight Bah Lifted A sure sign 'that Spring Is here is the official lifting of the ban on overnight parking between Nov. 15 and April 1 on most downtown streets. The city's parking bylaw in-effect . during this period pre- vents traffic from being parked for, more than two 'hours' between 1 a.m. and 7 a m.f ; The purpose of jhei bylaw was to prevent cars, clogging tity . streets while the city had -snow clearing equipment out. ' However, the biin is still - In ' effect on Laurier Avenue West, Elgin, Catherine .and Lyon Streets. ..;'' ........... 'QUAKE RECORDED : MOSCOW JT) " A seismic station in Moscow recorded an 'earthquake of medium force today centred near tb.e north- ' em tip of Sumatra, Tass news agency reportedv ' - Broclcville Vanishes Parking JUDGE CITES SHAKESPEARE No Heat for Nudes NEW YORK (AP) A Shakespeare -' quoting judge ruled Wednesday a landlord - - it not required to furnish the amount of heat needed by, models posing nude. "Under normal cfrfum- stances, tenants do not ordi-.narlly cavortigr. posa in their L bodes, or places of business - In the nude," said clyil court . Judge MaurictWahl. - While expressing - sympathy for tha models; Wahl upheld landlord seeking eviction of -fliagaxina wAlishineflrm -SEVEN CENTS I ' '. i -1 tne ueath i (Cjftr from AP-Reuters) '. t ' RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil's congress declared, today that leftist Joao Goulart "wajs ahorn of tie presidency by a two-day 'rebellion-", , 'of apti-Communlst generals. It installed' as ! his sudcesstjr . .Paschoal ' Ranieri Mizzilli,- conservative son- of Italian immigrants. jWj-.'v.-, But -from a; haven at Porto Afegre ilf his" home state of Rip Grande do SuLjn Southern Brazil, Goulart Called ihe action by-congress a farce, announced he ;tHl is president and predicted the . people "will react against the generals. .' ; . . He had vowed Wednesday-night "a fight to the aealh." GIVES ULTIMATUM .,v Reports circulated that Gen. Amaury Kruel, leader of the revolt against Goulart's leftist policies, Had .' sent' ' tfm ' ultimatum to the .3rd army commander at Porto , Alegre) Surrender forces guarding Goulart or face an invasion. : There was no. official con-. f irm'ation. 'of the Kruel ultima--tom but a spokesman for the was. quoted by Reuters- news agency as saying the army has swTtcne'd its allegiance to the. new regime. T Jr Support for Goulart was be- leved rapidly dwindling.. . jf Appearing calm, - Goulart talked with reporters a' rew hodrs after' congress at the in land tapital of Brasilia swore in Mazzilli as the new ' prest' dent. - As oresident ; of the chamber of deputies,' Mazzilli Was next in line of succession to the presidency. - There also were reports that Governor-Udo ;Meneghetti of Goulart!. - home state was marchtne on Porto Alegre, ther state capital, with 5,000 military-trained stat police. Mene-ghettl fled jfrom Porto Alegre Wednesday and joined they re; bellionrwhen; the ird army demanded he. surrender his state troops. - ' '.''."' '' -. Turn-to Page 2 -GOULART ' , THREE RIVERS, Que. CP. Three armed men today hijacked a mail truck and fled with all the mail bags it contained. . ; ' . . . . The , robbery took place on an 1 isolated northnd road. " .The three men, m a small truck, forced the driver of the mail truck to stop. They fled, in the direction of Shawinigan, about "20 miles north of here, .and provincial police set up roadblocks throughout the southern, section of .St. Maurice county. There was no' immediate indication of the contents t - the mailbags. . It was the third mail truck robbery in Quebec province in two days, , . There were two Tuesday night fn "Montreal, one involving a truck that was carrying money packets., There has been k official estimate , in the loss. In tjie 'other robbery,, fn suburban ,Mohtreal,the mailbags arid , contents were recovered and, although the mailbags were, slashed, they are not believed to have contained any money packets. . for hon payment of two months rent. The firm . had counter-claimed that the landlord breached a fease by fait: ing to supply sufficient heat. Drawing on King Lear,' the Judge said: ' ' "The situation bar retails the heady works of Shakespeare with modest revision by the court: - - , . - : " "Poor naked-' wretches, -hereso'ever- you are; V. '"Thar bide the pelting of thtSxpitfless storm, " "'How shall; your chemise- -' i -t'- Another Moil Truck Hijacked : : . . , ) , 0 . : -- , ; y ' s ' I I I 1 1 II I - - - - I I II I I I j ; , . MAZZILLI r"Y' MAZZILU Domohstrote In Nicosia : Call for 'Enosis' And Return of EOKA Leader ' ' CP From Heuters-AP NICOSIA Several thousand Greek-Cypriot studentsparad- ed through the streets of Nico sia today calling- for "Enosis the union of Cyprus with Greece and the return of for mef EOKA leader Gen. George Grivas from Greece. - '.The- studehu marched4 to the presidential , palace of Archbishop Makarios. '- "Dighenis must return to this Greek island -of Cyprus, students' placards said. "Dighenis" was General Grivas' under- groundnam"e during the EOKA campaign against the British. The procession broke up after reaching the. palace gates. - . A United Nations spokesman said the island was quiet to day.- There were no major in cjdents. overnight.. Talks r GENEVA (Reuters) The United States disclosed today that secret negotiations with Russia have been going on for an agreement on non-dissemination of nuclear weapons. U.S. delegate Adrian Fisher told the 17-nation disarma ment conference today that these private discussions between the co-chairmen of the conference were based on an Irish-sponsored United Nations resolution. "There is general agreement that preventing the spread of nuclear weapons to nations not now controlling them is an urgent matter,' Fisher said. "But an effort is being made to becloud this issue with essentially political arguments against the projected multilateral force." ''. ! '; , RETIRING AS MAYOR , MONTREAL KCP) Senator Romuald Bourque announced Wednesday he is giving up his job is mayor of -suburban Outremont. . rf. less pelts antTpink rumps ," "By legal writ arid judicial iiat be' warmed?" He said there was no proof the landlord, failed to supply normal heat during normal hours. . 'lAt bar. the friction of heat, is generated only by non-payment of rent," he said. . "The landlord" did not un-dertae to supply or maintain a degree of heat : to negate what is commonly referred to as goose bumps for nude pro-" fessional models. Students :dTTAWA; THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1964 sT.-' Quebec Scheme Impresses Premiers r':3: v 1T X TI IT J V "lltm M i-M I mm- m mm in With Pe Nothing Improper -Cotnam Delay in Finding Murder yictims r -'Bullet 'Wounds , -. - - . ' : There was no impropriety in a Smiths Falls coroner's handling of the Giff murder case, Ontario Coroner Dr. H. B. Cotnam said today. "We have perfect confidence In pr, Lioyd, the chief . coronef stated following reports out of Toronto Wednesday night that he was probing the coroner's role Sunday in the removal of the body of storekeeper Walter ! Clff, 58, - from the murder scene before bullet wounds had been discovered. Indicating hehad been mis-interpreted,1J!)r.Cotnamsaid Dr. H. H. Lloyd had acted prpp-erly when he allowed vthe re- movaTof. the body from- Mr. ronv Mr. Giff s store, on the outskirts of Smiths Falls out seeing it. Turn to Page 2 NOTHING Judge Given Summons MONTREAL KP Judge Claude- Wagner of Criminal Court today, issued a summons against Mr. Justice .Adrien Meunier of Quebec Superior Court charging him with per jury- ' The summons against the 59 year-oIdJformerIiberal mem4 ber of Parliament for Mont real Papineau was authorized by Judge Wagner on a com plaint signed by Deputy Chief Crown Prosecutor Jacques Bellemare. " . The summons' alleges that Mr. Justice Meunier perjured himself on three occasions while testifying before a preliminary inquiry into a fraud case involving a $64,000 bank ruptcy. . ,vl I Pleasure Schooner Upsets; 70 Die "SUVA. Fiji (Reuters More than'70 persons died when a pleasure schooner capsized and caught fire near this British South Pacific Island group Sunday night," the island administration announced today. Austria Instals -New Chancellor VIENNA7 m Dr. Josef Klaus, 54, chairman of the Conservative prty. wa swofn in today as chancellor of Austria.- " He succeeded Dr. Alfons Gorback, 66, another Conser vative who resigned Ave weeks ago after a faction. within- the party led by Klaus refused to support his policies. A Success Story SOLD" QUICKLY "Through Journal Want Ads ORGAN. ESTEY ELECTRONIC. model bbho. condition excellent. 821 afternoont. Every day .thousands , oj Journal readers soan the "Articles for Sale" columns or gooAJbuys quickest way to meet a vuyen-jor things you'd' like to sell is to tele phone the Instant Action number to place your Journal Want Ad 23 0-751 1. ,'f li: WfKJirrfJiH i orgmg ' " M3k - i ' "y' - '" ; '- ' -o":--'-''i (i - 'v.-y.:;:;: ; ; ) PRIME MINISTER PEARSON Will Speed Ahead With Pension Plan With or Without Ontario and Quebec - ' j r7i tn j PREMIER ROBARTS Must Be ..Truly National '1 Mi i-v ? PREMIER 'Quebec Will BRAKES. FAIL I mj:rU Bus Hits, MASSON (SUffl A brake failure is believed responsible for a bus,-crowded with children smashing into a trailer truck on Highway 8 near here Wednesday afternoon. , .' , : t": Only three of 54 girls were taken to hospital following the collision. They jwerr treated for ' . a V 1 snocic ana reieasea. Patrick Pelletier, of Capital Coach Lines Limited, was driv ing the Patro Dame Du Sourjre girls backto.pttawa' after a sugnrtng-off " party iij,Fapi- neauvllle.' ' The accident happened about two miles north of here shgrtly before 5 p.m. VIEW BLOCKED , ' "We were doing about "35 miles-an hour and were' rough ly 200 yards behind a big trail er truck." "Mr- Pelletier told The Journal today. 236-7511 o mswm i V LESAGE Stay Out "A school bus was coming the other way, but 1 couldn't see it because of the high truck. "The school bus stopped and the trail --driver put on his brakes too. AH I saw was his brake lights go on suddenly," he said. " Vehicles on both sides of the highway are required to stop. for halted school, buses unaer Quebec law. - "I-put my foot on the brake. I- pushed it right to the floor, but there wasn't anything there." Mr. -Pelletier recalled.- '--'There was big ditch on the righmnd trees on the other side of the -road. , -"I could only keep going. "I yelled to the girls, to brace themselves because . we were going to-hit. . . . - "We niMhe truck once, and if went on about 107 feet. We hi.Ujhjm again when he (the Truck 54 Sundsc 5.41 .m. EST . n Sunset '6.33 p.m. EST i. 11 Byt ALAN Meaa 1 t 77 man : QUEBEC (CP) Prime .Minister Pearson ; plans to forge full steam ahead with his government's contributory. Canada Pension Plan. ; But fresh political clouds of doubt swirl . - around the question of - The clouds shaped Federal;provincial conference, scheduled to end today, discussed one of the touchiest of Squabbling Vusftnd TV One of Goals. -Of Proposed Fiscal Inquiry QUEBEC f) ; The federal and provincial ' govi iments "can't bo on with these peren nial squabbles and "rgumetfts" over tax sharing-. Finance Minister Gordon saidtoday. He told reporters that- doing away with that problem is ,one of the goalsof the long-range inquiry ., in depth : . intoV fiscal problemsthat was proposed by Prirhe Minuter Pearson Wednesday at. thejederal-pro-vincial conference. SOIJ OPERATION Mr; Gordon, speaking in a corridor press conference the fiscal conference opened its final session, alsosaid he expects Quebec and. perhaps some ther provinces to take over sole operation of the. hospital insurance program now jointly financed by the federal government He said aft attempt will be made to improvej. certain shared-cost welfare programs at a meeting in May of federal and provincial welfare minis-j ters. He declined to snarcaie what . improvements may be made. The meeting will discuss allowances to needy aged, blind and disabled pej-spns and the unemployment assistance program. The federal-provincial conference here was scheduled to discuss today Mr. Pearson's suggestion for some form of continuing and searching study into the taxing powers needed by the two levels pf government to meet their resjponsibilities. Mr. Gordon referred to the five-year terms the post-war tax agreementsf-arrangemehts which come up for argument at almost every federal-provincial meeting. - .. ' "He said the proposed inquiry likely would bi carried out by a continuing committee of the f ederal-provinclkj- conference The committee would bi com posed of xabinet ministers working on the matter lalmost full time. j Turn to Page 1r t SQUABBLING truck' driver) . stopped this time harder. ', ' "Mv foot was down to the floor the whole time. ' FAILURE UNEXPECTED' -Gordon Escap the-trirfj Mr. Pelletier said. brake Jailure was unexpected. "The brakes had worked per fectly at la railway-crossing only few minutes before the accident," he said. - . The . girll taken to .St, Michael's Hospital here and then the Ottawa General were Claire Theriiult, 14. of 14 Des- jardiris Avenue, Ottawa; .Louise Houle. 12. of 49 St " Denis Street, Eastiew; afld Diane La bwsse. nine, of 522V4' St. Pat rick Street, .Ottawa. - 'Damage to the bus was esti mated nt ", about. $5,000. - The oChef vehicle was not .badly damaged ahd the driver .was' untnjured. , - FORTY PAGES r DONNELLY how widely it may up Wednesday as th Ef DS HOPE (premier tesage dispelled any lingering Ottawa opes that the federal plan wflght . apply, in Quebec. Hraid hh govern--ment is sticking to its plan of introducing Quebec's own retirement pension s!ysiia." 'Ibis, would iule out the federal plan for this province. . . . - But in a surpxiseniQV. Ontario's Premier Robarts-raised 4e possibility that, with Quebec out, Ontario might do the same and introducea similar pension plan of its own. f Thiswould leave the federal; plan applying, only in the eight Other provinces, which have less than ' half of the nation's population While all these except Mani toba declared they will go along with the federal scheme, there were reports that some pre miers were hlgWy impressed'hy thfc terms of the Quebec scheme outlined" privately '.to the confer ence by Premier Lesage. " MORE ATTRACTiy V." One Ontario source described (he Quebec plan as tx mora attractive than Ottawa's. . TUrn to Page 21 PM Reds Claim v ' ; - Rocket ... i . . : . ;. . . . , - Defence . MOSCOW W The Soviet Union claimed today it can knock out U.S. rocket weapons including nuclear submarines. "Under, present conditions successful battle is possible not only against planes and stationary rocket establishments but also agairis atomic rocket submarines, both in their bases and at sea." the Defence Minis try n e w s paper Krasnaya Zvezda Red Star said. It quoted Defence Minister Rodion Malinovsky as saying: "Our navy, : together "with rocket troops, .and aviation, is capable of successfully defeating both land and underwater submarine rocket bases." What's Clique in the Com . tnons. For a story be rkind a story j read R ic ha r d Jackson's 77 Parliament volumnr : . Page 7 Former cowboy' Jose , Goulart of Brazil has finally lyst the reins. For the story of his rise and fall see Page 7 The Creditiste Credo. Leader Real Co' oue'tte explains hit, party's philosophy. Below tht! Hill Better- Grades Billy Graham . Bridge ........ Classified Ads Comics Crossword Editorials Financial Horoscope Kilgallen -Sports Tell Me Why Theatres TV, t Radio , Weather . .i ........ i .. 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