The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on November 29, 1967 · Page 52
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The Ohawa Journal Around the World LEARY DROPS OUT LACUNA BEACH, Calif. LSD advocate Dr. Timothy Leary, who once advised young people to "Tune in, turn on and 'drop out," says he Is "dropping out of public life." Leary, living ih Laguna Beach with his wife of two weeks, condemned . the use of, drugs for "selfish kicks." He said he Is giving up his work with the League for Spiritual Discovery, a group he founded. REVOLT LEADER MISSING , MADRID Col. Francisco Caamano Deno, leader1 of the 1965 revolt in the Dominican Republic which brought U.S. military Intervention, was reported Tuesday missing from his diplomatic post in London. Hit wife, Paula -Acevedo de Caamano, was quoted by a Madrid newspaper as saying she asked the Dominican government , to find her husband who, she said, has been missing since, mid-October. UK REDS IN TROUBLE LONDON The British Communist party, faced with falling membership, has, called for co-operation with non-Communist left-wingers including Christians. A. resolution passed Tuesday at the end of a party congress here proposed a united left movement, embracing Christian churches, labor union members, left-wing ..Labor party MPs and anyone else who agrees with the party on some topics. AUSSIE SATELLITE ADELAIDE. Australia Aus tralia today successfully launched her first satellite. The 107-pound satellite is designed to measure solar . radiation levels in space. Plea to Pearson Gets Action On Damp Basement KINGSTON CP Mrs. Stan ley Tomlins today,' has city workmen digging up her back yard after she complained to Prime Minister Pearson about a damp basement. Mrs. Tomlins, who liver in a house built by Central Mort gage and Housing Corp., was unable to find anyone who would jhelp - solve the ' prob lem of her flooded basement. so she wrote the prime minis. ter. : - She told his office of an ap parent lack of co-operation by the federal agency for two years to. find out why her base. ment filled up with water every time it rained. The day after the prime minister's office . acknowledged her letter a meeting was held at city hall and federal cor poration authorized the city to investigate the problem. CARPETS SOLD In 1963 total sales of all types of carpets and rugs in Britain amounted to 110,900,000 square yards. . i Anew Brewers Retail - will open Fri. Dec. 1st at 1669 Merivale Rd. (at Meadowlands) HOURS OF SALE 12 NOON TO 8:00 PM MONDAY WEDNESDAY OPEN TO 9:00 PM THURSDAY & FRIDAY -1ft0O AM TO 1:00 PM SATURDAY Operated by Brewers Warehousing Co. Ltd. Zander's Fruitland Special JUICE ORANGES Mutual Survival Pact Urged LONDON (UPir- The Unit ed States and the Soviet Unioji should form a "mutual survival pact" against the coming nuclear power of CcAnmunist China and France, according to the authoritative British- en cyclopedia that evaluates every nation s air and rocket power. Jane's "All the World's Air craft," the 58-year-old standard strategic reference of most, governments, also said the death of a cosmonaut last April prob ably prevented the Soviet Union from rocketing a man around the moon by now. In the 1967-1968 volume pub lished Tuesday, Jane's said a war between the United States and the Soviet Union would be "mutually suicidal." Each, nation would be destroyed by the other's awesome air and mis sile weaponry, it said. - 'Time is on nobody's side," Jane's said in reference to a time element that one time or anomer lavorea one nation ori the other. The review said Mos cow and Washington now have reached a nuclear stalemate where war is "unthinkable 'Unfortunately, there are no longer only two actual or poten tial superpowers, Jane a said. China will almost certainly have nuclear-tipped, medium. range ballistic missiles within one year, an initial Interconti nental ballistic missile capabil ity In the early 1970s and a significant force by the mid 70s." Priest Will Marry Nurse SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) Rev. James Kavanaugh, a Roman Catholic priest, says he will be married Dec. U to a nurse. Father Kavanaugh. 39. author of the best-selling A Modern Priest Looks at His Outdated Church, told reporters Tuesday his wedding to Patricia Jean Walden. 35. will uke place whether, or not the Roman Catholic Church grants his re quest for permissioa to resign from the priesthood. Miss Walden is aa Episcopalian Anglican and Rev. David Crump, an Episcopal priest, will perform the mony. MARTHA UNDER FIRE SAIGON (UPO Communist forces attacked aa American outpost during a troop show by Martha Ray. U -S army spokes men said today. They said. a helicopter whiskad the comedienne and her troupe to safety. ZUIIDER'S fleUf HEAT DEPARTMENT Loins of Pork RIB END ROAST OR CHOPS lb. 49c TENDERLOIN END ROAST OR CHOPS ... lb. 59c CENTRE CUT CHOPS lb. 79c ALL MEATS . FEDERAL GOVT INSPECTED AND APPROVED PORK SPARE RIBS Lean and Meaty .. lb. 59 BEWIE'S SALAMI CHUBS 39c 3'l Abo visit THE MARKET BISCUTTERIA, S4 BY WARD MARKET for even fresh biscuits, candies, cheese, eggs, etc. We mem the right to limit quantities ZUNDER'S FRUIT LAUD and MEATS 60 BY WARD MARKET, corner of GEORGE ST. Open Daily 8.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday Nights Until 9 SfelUTH OTTAWA KIWANl'S 1 I S I I Miss Argo Club's Guest It was literally, standing room i sented with a plaid Jacket from oniy ai we boutn uttawa lu- wanis luncheon meeting Tues-j aay, as me ciuo nostea not only Miss Grey Cup contestants but also the Central Ottawa Lions Club. . Ranee, who is being hosted by the bouth Ottawa group during Grey Cup week, and Midge Arthur, official pageant hostess, head chaperone and chief iudes of the Miss Grey Cup contest. Miss Argonaut was presented with a silver coin set and centennial medallion by her host club, and all the girls received silver brooches from the Lions club, r As ' well, eaclL girt was pre-1 15) Coat manufacturer who was represented by Gordon Caplan. Co-chairman of the festival committee Neil McDonald said he was sure the Grey Cup will Seated at the head4able .wasbean outstanding success and Miss Toronto Argonaut. Sue gave credit to the service clubs for their work. than a year ago. At the inquest the Jury was told the child was struck Oct Mm ... A , . Wednesday, November 29, 1957 ' The Ottawa Journal . 53' i The Grey Cup is sure to make Ottawa known as a convention city," he predicted. . Bob Faulkner, -chairman if the pageant committee, reported that Tuesday's Gordon Lightfoot show was sold out Monday morning, making a - total of 2,500 seats sold to see the two Miss Grey Cup Judging events. Child's Death Accidental - Jury A coroner's jury at an in quest Monday attached no blame in the traffic death of Nicole Levesque, 4'A. of 2 St. Francis Street, who died more 19, 1966 near, the intersection of Gladstone and Fairmont avenues after she ran from a corner store into the path of a car driven by Herbert Short, of 224 Springfield Road. - The little girl died in hospital three days later. Coroner of the inquest was H. A. Beattie. Coin's EOTM rev . mm IH THE NON-SUP BOTTLE has them . . . The most fanciful, dreamiest collection of fine holiday footwear ever assembled, in designs and styles to fit your festive needs-. Shop Billings Bridge Plaza for all your shoe and boot requirements. And, for Christmas gifting,, explore pur beautiful collection of slippers for every member of the family. BILLINGS BRIDGE PLAZA (tr J who specio.iz. in footweor . ., Q R J JQt E I ARMSTRONG RICHARDSON ysfi AGNEW-SURPASS 4 V, fiJySns l ' ! 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