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The ' SNOW, RAIN OR FREEZING RAIN Low, 15; High2 Ottawa 7V7 80TH YEAR 53 SEVEN CENTS OTTAWA, THURSDAY,' FEBRUARY 11, 1965 Sunrise 7. II a.m. Sunset J. 24 p.m. F.ST EST FORTY-FOUR PAGES Budget Funds for Queensway Widening Highway 15 Through Bell's Corners By PETER JACKMAN of The Joiirnal. to just west of the subway, bevond Bell's Comers. It Is I The budget contains no extra! taxes and provides tor no TORONTO (Staff) J Moneyj-to be similar in construction I major new provincial programs. in close the last gap in the! to the present wooorone provincial treasurer Allan Queensway and' widen High-I Avenue, south of Carting. jtold the Legislature Ontario way 15 through Bell's Corners! Special help is also being of-' has decided to match the Fed-is provided in Ontario's budget fered to Cornwall in its cam-' era! program of tax incentives presented in the legislature ipaign to raise, employment! to industries locating in areas Wednesday. Highway 15 (7) will be ex-' panded te four" lanes from the Queensway Interchange through a provincial decision to give its new industries a three-year holiday from Ontario corporation taxes. Opposition Critical For Th No Sunshine em In Budget By BOB EXELL Icratic Parly critic, said that "in . , all its basic patterns this is the TORONTO -rTO" n'Z same old budget as proving Treasurer James Allan tabled jn Ontario have been f what he caiiea a sun,.c brjngjnfe down fof (he ,Mt -puogetjnjineujy..--,,, Wednesdav but (the mcaT7'. of high unemployment. The only area with that designation in Eastern Ontario is Cornwall. ELIGIBLE Mr. Allan said industries which moved into Pembroke, while it ' was designated an area of high unemployment a year ago; will also be eligible for the tax concession. He said exemption from the II per cent Ontario corporation tax plus a 41 per cent Federal tax -will constitute .an attraction for industries to go into -areas RCMP Report Released Dorion Orders Copies Supplied To All Lawyers Reprisal for Raid on Barracks 12,8 US .Sets Blast Chief Justice Frederic Dorion ordered today that all counsel be supplied with copies of reports by two RCMP inspectors nt . thAir inOActiaatinn IntA of the province where work is- ar ttempted bribery needed. .,, .... .-.vi....i m nvs . buiwiuu u . ssiMiiaici )s,i Turn to Page 5 WIDENING Papal Plea For Peace Wednesday dui inc nj... Tll. . .htniiJ lax weather was not as appealing io;chjn((e mj jn the rei of jn.. VATICAN-CITY (Reuters)-npposition leaders, who said ;centjvei Mr. Anan announced ( Pope Paul today made an ur- as-4heam lata Buggen, guv,;,nnienr will- grant-tgerrtppear forieacF .rrogressivc ;ihree.year .corporation tax noil' aides.. The instructions were issued as the Dorion inquiry opened Its second phase, turning to. police handling of allegations and conduct of the Justice Department and of Justice Minister Favreau . when the reports were made to them last year. Chief Justice Dorion said he RINGO AND THE GIRL HE MARRIED -' lAP-Jourml Wirr photo t "- -.. . "i-v i TOKYO jP Radio Hanoi-claimed North Vietnamese forces "(hot down seven U.S. planes, damaged many others" and captured one American pilot today. From AP-Reuters SAIGON CP Striking from land and sea, about 128 carrier and land-based U.S. jet fighters and 28 South Vietnamese war-planes smashed at targets in North Viet Nam today in reprisal for Viet Cong attacks capped by the blasting of a US: biliet-iif ijur Nhotn? RCMHue" his'pS since last December and has; concluded that the police in- ernment had been presenung for the last 10 or 15 years. ' In a statement that - forecast nonew taxes. Mr. Allan spoke For complete ielails f the Ontario. Budfet turn "' In Pag 21. day to new manufacturing or processing businesses which locate in federally designated areas, in Ontario. Turn to. Page S NO SUNSHINE Ottawa, Area In for It Again Friday of Ontario's "surging economy and said he had tried to bring down a budget that would not interfere with growth. He called for an outlay during the M5-M fiscal year of $1,460.- 000.000, largest in the province's history, and forecast that revenues would fall short of expenditures by $141,000,000. Borrowings would make up the difference. y: - Liberal Opposition leader An drew Thompson compared the! treasurer's budget with those of - pedestrians tomorrow. former premier Leslie Frost. The-D m i n 4-o Public "He (Mr. Frost) tound a for-1 Weather . Office today was mula (or palitical success and , unable to say how much pre-the present government has cipation we can expect; he neither the courage nor the; does say snow ill start about imagination to deviate from this formula," Mr. Thompson! Ottawa will take it on the chin from Old Man Winter again Friday.'. . Drivers are still slipping and skidding from the rain-snow-sleet-ice blast of Wednesday. Snow .and rain or freezing rain will throw another one- two punch at motorists and east Asia. He asked all. persons concerned, on whatever side they are. to "save . innocent populations from new trials and new tears." Addressing pilgrims in a public audience, the Pope warned that the world, after a promising easing of tensions, "seems to.be returning to discord and conflicts. "It teems almost impossible that, while the memory it still alive .of the horrible scourge which caused so many victims and such suffering, while the (wounds which it opened are still not completely healed, are people who dare made available now. . The RCMP's legal opinion and the report of Commissioner G. B. McClellan would be produced at the" inquiry after the investigating officers had been questioned, he said. said. Ken Bryden, the New Demo- BACK AIKEN BURKS FALLS, Ont P The Parry Sound-Muskoka Conservative riding association has approved a vote of confidence n Gordon Aiken, Progressive Conservative member of Parliament (pr the riding who has spoken in favor of ousting Opposition Leader Diefenbaker as . head of the party. ' noon and change tc rain or freezing rain late in the day. ' Icy county roads closed schools ' in Alexandria and Low, Que., where Glengarry District High, and St. Michael's High respectively kept their buses in the garages. Icy rural roads caused minor delays in school but schedules in the rest of the area. It will be mild tonight and Friday; low tonight will be IS degrees, with a high of 32 tomorrow. . cation by Ross Droum, coun sel for the Progressive Con servative Party, that the com plete RCMP file be produced so that the lawyers representing different political parties and individuals could prepare their questions, in advance. RCMP Counsel Norman Mathews Mid the reports of there j inspectors J. P. Drapeau and to turnlngou! Carriere would be hand- their minds to thoughts of war. e(j to counsel before the end of Have the torments and an-j the day. Inspector Carriere's guisn wnicn were sunerea, nave the Immense ruins which were amassed, have the cruel mas sacres taught nothing?" the Pope asked, .. Wedding Bells foTRingcy LONDON (UPI) Beatle drummer Ringo Starr, 24, today married Maureen Cox, 18, the former hairdresser he' HirrmfnrwarTSirTirappll-TTnetlhe week he-Joined, th popular music group. ' The couple left immediately for a honeymoon at Business of Area Liquor Outlets Up 300 Per Cent TORONTO' (CP) Two out lets run by the Liquor Control Board of Ontario at Hawkes-bury and Lancaster on the Ontario - Quebec border have In creased their business by about .100 per cent ' since the Quebec liquor strike started. Brig. J (j. !pragge, general manager of the board, said Wednesday. "They've been damn busy, I can tell you t h a t," Brig. Spragge said. IN PROVINCIAL GRANTS Not Getting Our Fair Share, City Universities Complain , By IAIN HUNTER i of The Journal X)tlawa't tfwo universities don't feel they have had fair chare of provincial grant for 'higher education announced in Wednesday's budget. The pinch la so great, at the University of Ottawa that Its rector hinted today the Oblate Fathers may surrender sole management of the Institution. --It is the denominational administration of the university which stands in the way of its receiving provincial operating grants for aH but two of its faculties. . . At Carleton University, president Davidson Dunton complained his institution's grants Were less in proportion to enrolment than other universities' Of this figure, $125,000 will! university will seek to include be allocated for. graduate lay participation In its manage studies .leaving th ; university ment M ,he provjn. on y ....wv ci government will not give full grants to institutions ad - Last year the university mmislm4 by religious denomi grant was $1,150,000. nations. NOT ENOUGH two OF 10 ' ( Very Rev. Roger Guindon, OMI. rector, said the grant, while higher than last year's, still would not meet the university's needs. ' "We are. gratified the gap has been narrowed,'' tie said. but it is still there. "Without greater, help, we shall be hard pressed to stand the pace but, as always, Ve shall continue to" do our best. "fn the meanwhile," the rector said, ."we must redouble our effort to .find an early solution to the, difficulties that At the University of Ottawa, only the faculties -of medicine and pure and applied science two of 10 facullies-r-qualify for government operating grants. ' ' Turn te Page J NOT GETTING Wayward Spray CosfsXity $250 It's going ft) .cost the city about $250 to clean up 12 .cars Provincial 'TreasOrer James! prevent the University of Ot-i sprayed by paffiraf Alta Viaja Allan announced the University , Ottawa would .receive $I. 625,000 Inf special and operating grants for 1965-66. tawa from being tided In the measure accorded to other Ontario universities." . N This is believed to mean (he Public School last Fall. . City . workmen painting . a fence accidentally sprayed teachers' car parked nearby. report was ready for Immediate distribution. Mr. Mathews noted that the officers made as many as four or Ave reports, some of them running to 14 and IS pages. Also to be distributed is a summary prepared by RCMP Sergeant Ronald Cre-vier, who testified before the inquiry at an earlier stage. Up to now the inquiry has been concentrating exclusively on its first phase allegations by Montreal Lawyer Pierre La' m'ontagne that he was pressured and offered a $24,000 bribe by assistants tofederal cabinet ministers, y . Turn te Pagy4 RCMP Kosygin In North Korea TOKYO JAP) Soviet Kre mier Kosygin flew to North Korea today from " Peking after talking with China's Mao Tse- .. I. . .a ,L..Vfirt mMlinn former i . . . . Since lU3yg!ll.Vdmc icuiici. A New China news agency broadcastsaid they met at a reception Wednesday night which was attended by Pre mier Chou En-lai. president Li i what they said was a secret location away from it all,. The honeymoon will . be cut short Monday , when Ringo uslT-eluW'td Join the other Beatles in record-, ing the sound track for their second feature-length film. ' The ceremony at London's Caxtw Hall tookplace at 8.15 a.m. (3.1? 'a.m.;. EST). Brian. Epstein; the Beatles' manager, was best man. Maureen comes from Liverpool7 and has been going around with Ringo for 18 Kihonths. uotn the bride and bridegroom's parents were at the ceremony along with Beatles George Harrison and John Snow Costs $358,025 7 'Slightest. Error' Costs K$55,141 MONTREAL P Quebec Superior Court has assessed a Montreal motorist With $55,-141 In damages for committing "the slightest error'' In driving judgment. The motorijtv Bertrand Veil-leux, was ordered to pay the money to the parents of Johanne Richard, who was four year old when struck by his car as she crossed the street in suburban Verdun May 14, 1961. . The child was flung 12 feet as she stepped out on the street from between two parked cars. Mr. Justice George S. Chnl-lies said Veilleux was driving his car about. 30 miles per hour, and should have seen the child. "Even though the fault of the driver was small, the slightest error is enough to bring about a liability since the little girl 'is .herself in-capable of legal fault," he said. The city spent $358,025 on Shao-chl. Foreign Minister Chen jsnw removal up to Feb. A, Yi and other top oft icials. and, as Mayor Reid noted; No details ot their discussion ,.. had , verv nejlvv week 'since then." Board of Control was told Lennon with his wife Cyn-. this. Rumors of marriaee have been rife since last May when Maureen went on a kXaribhean Ringo. vacation with Four carrier-based U.S. Navy planes and one pilot were lost as a result of the action, otherwise described by an American " 1 spokesman as highly success-- (ul. . . . ' COMB DEBRIS ' The bombing and racket f raids were launched while res- I I cue workers still combed debris : of the four-storey U.S. military u t men s oiuei- in vui pin on Tor i the living and dead of a terror- j ist bombing Wednesday night j believed to have killed 22 ; Americans, : , ... j "It was the third and heaviest j reprisal since Sunday against North Viet Nam, which trains and supplies the Red guerrillas. TaTgetsweTr-8n'iciallyder-scribed as barracks areas at Chan Hoa and Chap Le. They ' were-left wreathed in columns of smoke. Chan Hoa is 50 miles north of the border and about four miles northwest of Dong Hoi, a coastal point struck by navy planes Sunday. Chap Le is 8 'i miles north of the border. . Ringo has said he does not believe marriage would affect the popularity of his 'group for two reasons. -One is that Lennon's marriage has not. The other is that Ringo says 'the girls brother." love, me like a Says Arms Shipments To Stop More than,. 100 navy jets from Xhe carriers Hancok. , Ranger and Corai Sea hit th barracks area at Chan Hoa. -ESCORT JOB Chap Le was the target of : 28 Vietnamese fighter-bomb- -ers, which struck . across the 17th Parallel under escort of 20 U,S. Air Force F-100 jet fighters. The escorts' job was to suppress anti-aircraft ' fire. All the land-based craft returned safely. , Of the four navy planes lost, three went down at sea and one . was smashed when its landing gear collapsed as it was attempting to put down at Da Nang, an air base. 80 miles south of the border. The pilots of three" CAIRO ! Prime Minister : survived. The pilot or an Aly ' Sabry said . Wednesday 1F-8D Crusader jet disappear-night that West Germany has'ed with his plane agreed to stop shipping arms j None of the Vietnamese and to Israel. He told the national, American planes in the second' assembly., that in return the attack nj wave were downed. United Arab Republic would: although six Vietnamese Skv- were disclosed. The visit to North Korea was interpreted by some observers' :n Moscow as an attempt to influence another of China's Far Eastern allies in the Moscow-Peking ideological dispute. The Soviet Union and North Korea signed a treaty of friend ship and mutual assistance in m 196 1961. But tne INonn Korean regime has supported China in its criticism of the Soviet lead ership. support reunification of Germany. I The expression of support 1 for German - unity war" in- today that costs up to. last 'd " ",c J r ill AR WA11M tint rrrtoni7 Thursday . were $47,000 more;conllnunisl , Germany, than for the same Jan. 1 to whose president, Walter Ul-Feb. 4 period last year. bricht. is to visit. Cairo Feb. 26. Total snowfall was 51 inches There was no immediate re-as compared with 31.8 inches action or confirmation from Bohn to Sabry's announcement J 30 Killed In Indian Riots , Ontario Plagued With Flooding By The Canadian Presa J Many areas of southern On tario were still plagued with flooding today as snow; pelted by rain during . the last - two days, continued to yield to un- MADRAS (AP) Indian Army! seasonably, high temperatures. units moved into Madras, nd I Anirv Waters soilled over eight outlying .cities today to! rive, Danks m msny communities police Combat language, ties, drains became clogged rioting which has ,clalmed JOj md streets that 48 hours ear- NIXON URGES FOLLOW-UP PHILADELPHIA (,AP)-For-mer Vice-President Nixon says that.. President -Johnson -Should follow up recent bombing-raids into "North Viet Nam with similar decisive action to prevent further infiltration of arms and men into South Viet' Nam. j lives, Bloody battles raged through. out Madras state as thousands! ot students opposing Hindi as India's official language at-' tacked trains and fought police. The Madras government said tier had been . lacquered with treacherous ice became waterways. A mother and her three children clung to a rope lifeline Wednesday as they fled their home ,at Glen Williams, three substantial and heavy" units! m West of Georgetown?' of the army had been brought in. . .. - , .... In Madras city, the state capital on the shore of the Bay of Bengal, atudc'iiu and police battled on triin platforms. .Most trains, were cancelled or delayed by hours. Students swarmed over the lengine of the lndo-Ceylon Elf- press and kicked crew : mem hers hanging for their lives onto the tracks. In Georgetown itself,' base ments in more , than m dozen homes near the Credit River flooded and residents feared a described as the worst in 20 years by Alderman Edwin Cur-tin, who said it had created an emergency. The Ninth River at New Hamburg, about 14 miles .west of Kitchener, rose 20 feet' in one hour Wednesday night and flooded the basements of SO homes. The flood was de scribed as the worst In the village's history. In Dundas, near Hamilton, four ice 'jams on Spencer Creek pushed water across 200 acres. Four streets. Highway 10 and a railway spur line were covered by up to (our feet of water. Chunks of ice, floated through many yards and more than 100 basements, were flooded. "Chil dren were moved to safety. I ' Public schools in the HamiT ton area were closed because raiders were damaged by. small arms fire. All the planes In the second wave were based at Da Nang, an important U.S. air. base ringed by newly arrived Hawk ground-to-air-missiles, about T7S miles northeast of Saigon and. 50 miles from the North Viet Nam border. The spokesman said Chang Hoa was an important military barracks are and supply point. ... The United States and 1 South Vietnamese government announced today's' new air attacks in a joint statement. The statement said: "Since Feb. 8. there have been continued acts of aggression by the Communist Viet Cong under the direction and with the support ol the Hanoi regime against the Vietnamese people and installs- . tions in South Vietnam and . against- their American advis ers." The following aggressive Communist actions in S 0 uU h Viet Nam were cited: Turn te Page 1128 U.S. Inside The Journal break' In upstream Ice could jof . slippery roads . and water-loose a sudden rush of water, filled ditches. . ' T, . At Port Credit, a policeman! A Baile,y bridge blocked the and another man. struggled (Etobicoke Creek at "Brampton, through shoulder deep water and a miniature lake fnuned to rescue a brother and Sister around the creek channel. A trapped on an ice 'cake neck--dozen residents left their homes deep'in water. . , . as waters reached the first-Flooding. In Peterborough was floor levelv ' ... 1. v ' Below the Hill . Better Grades Billy Graham . , Bridge Classified Ads . Comics .'. Crossword ..... Editorials ..... Financial ....... Horoscope . . . . , Income Tax . .. .fHga"cn ........ TSpOTtS Tell Me Why .. Theatres TV. Radio ..... Women's Newt . Your Health .'. . .... U .... 8 .... .... J0 86-43 34, 35 . .v . 35 .... 14 35 .... It ....! It-13 .....3. . 38. 31 . 34, 35 . 22-28 .... 41 A B C. rtmitattea ,! '5:'': ... -'V V,---:. .7:. .( 17 r: aWWBissBfc4rfaaSs4arfaBBkaaiVsi

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