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May 17, 1965 Page 3 Policeman kicked Manhunt on for attacker Li I in height, weight 165 pounds, reddish-blonde hair, face and forehead probably scratched as a result of the scuffle; wearing a blue shirt and black trousers. various addresses, including Cornwall and Apple Hill. Brockville Police have broadcast a description of the wanted man as follows: 22 years of age, 5 feet 11 inches ar w- Avalanche kills nine Sunbathers die in snow BROCKVILLE (Special) -Police are combing the Cardinal area for a man who savagely attacked a provincial policeman and escaped into the bush early this morning. Const. Noble Needham had stopped a car on Highway 401 west of the Shanley Road at 4.30 a.m.

for a routine check and asked the driver to go with him to the police cruiser. The young man attacked the police officer, kicked him in the groin and taking his pistol, tried to shoot him. Before he could fire, Const. Needham tackled the man. After a brief but savage struggle, Const.

Needham wrested the revolver from the grasp of the man, who broke free and disappeared into the nearby woods. Help Called Const. Needham radioed for help which soon arrived and a full-scale man hunt was on. The car was reported stolen in Brockville half an hour earlier. It was owned by Wilfred Forrest, 109 First Brockville.

In the car, police found a jacket supposedly owned by the man stopped for questioning, along with identification cards giving i -ill! i ft i if 1 I i I r-' ill i hJ .1 i I -t rt 4 1 5 1 1 GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN (AP) Nine persons are still missing in West Germany's worst recorded avalanche. Eight bodies have been recovered and a German mechanic died from injuries today. The avalanche roared down 9,719 -foot Mount Zugspitze Saturday and swept over a terrace of the Schneefernhaus hclel, sweeping sunbathing tourists from their seats. Police announced today that 26 of 35 persons listed as missing have been accounted for. They said there was hope some of the remaining nine also had got away but did not realize they were being sought.

rescuers out The bodies of seven Germans and an Austrian were recovered. Twenty one persons were injured. More than 1.000 men are participating in the rescue operations. They include units of the West German, Austrian and U.S. armies.

Teams of 350 men work around the clock in four shifts dieging trenches and probing the snow. Ml. Zugspitze, Germany's highest peak, towers over Garmisch Partenkirchen, a popular ski resort 45 miles south of Munich near the Austrian border. 1 4'f AP wtrph(Xo Campers fret blame for blaze Fun in the Toner Caroline and John Kennedy, children of the late president, visited the Tower of London today with their English nanny Miss Maud Shaw. At left, the children pose with a jailer's axe.

At right. John looks through his binoculars as they tour halls of the Tower. Shah has busy schedule here Greek seaman jumped hip lo work in Canada The Ottawa Citizen Man in spy case now near death The Canadian civil servant involved in the latest Soviet espionage plot in Canada is unlikely ever to go into court, even if the government decides he should be prosecuted, says an authoritative source. The civil servant, one of two, men referred to in an announcement May 8 that two members of the Soviet embassy had bei expelled from Canada, was described by Prime Minister Pearson in the Commons as being "gravely ill." In fact, says a high source, the man is dying of a natural illness and is not expected to live more than another week or so. Diefenbaker wants names SUDBURY (CP) Opposition leader John Diefenbaker wants the names of the two Canadians involved in the Soviet spy case.

Speaking at a testimonial dinner Saturday, Mr. Diefenbaker said he doesn't know "why it is that a man who takes money from the USSR to undermine Canada and destroy the nation shouldn't have his name revealed." Redistribution West Quebec ridings change By Norman Campbell ClUten staff writer Western Quebec's electoral face is almost completely new in the proposed redistribution of federal constituencies recommended by the Electoral Boundaries Commission. Pontiac and Gatineau riding are merged under the name Pontiac. It becomes tlmost wholly a rural riding. The name Gatineau goes to a new constituency chiefly made up of a large portion of the former La belle riding.

Hull will heroine urban Hull city riding loses a considerable part of its rural area but added are urban and suburban areas which make the riding almost wholly urban. In Quebec generally which loses one of its 75 seats in the proposed redistribution, the old names are kept, but many of them have almost completely new geographical delineations. Alexis Caron (L Hull)) hailed the redistribution. He said he has lost Gatineau, Gatineau Point, Buckingham, Angers and Masson and intervening areas but has added to Hull (all of which is now in Hull constituency) the urban areas of West Hull, East Hull, Lucerne-, Deschenes, Aylmer and Cantley. Hull riding will now have a population of about 79,000.

The parts of the present constituency of Hull which tended to a strong Conservative vot. have been taken out. They are in the new riding of Pontiac. Objection deadline July 16 Mr. Caron noted that objectors to redistribution will have a chance to present their case to the Electoral Boundaries Commission.

Objections must be registered by July 16 and public sittings are scheduled for mid-August. Roy Fournier, MLA for Gatineau, said this morning that he will appear before the commission and object to the new boundary being set by the commission regarding Gatineau County. He feels that Maniwaki and Mount Laurier should be included in the same riding. Gerard Girouard, Conservative MP for Labelle, said he is surprised by the new boundaries of Labelle riding. He said he would have to re-adapt himself to the new boundary because it will touch three ridings.

He was sorry to lose supporters for his cause in Labelle but hopes to find new ones. Tories face ilelirate problems For the Tories some interesting problems are presented. Pontiac-Temiscamingue is to go. Hon. Paul Martineau represents this seal, carrying it by virtue of the strong Conservative vote in the domhantly English section around Shawville.

In Temiscaraingue the Tory was never in the race. Now, however, with Pontiac merged with most of the former Gatineau riding under the name Pontiac, the character of the riding is vastly changed. It becomes about 50-50 in its division between French and English-speaking populations. But gone from it are such Liberal strongholds as Lucerne (which went 3 to 1 Liberal in 1963), Aylmer and other urban clusters. Mr.

Martineau no longer lives in the riding, having taken up residence in Lucerne which is in Hull riding. Thomas Van Dusen of Aylmer was Tory candidate in Gatineau the last two or three times. Ls now a resident of the Hull constituency by virtue of the inclusion of Aylmer in it. The Pontiac riding would look like the Tories' best chance in Western Quebec and there may be a battle for the nomination. Here are the riding boundaries: Hull keeps the city of HulL loses Gatineau, Gatineau Point and gains Aylmer, Deschenes, Eardley, East and West Hull, Lucerne, all of which re in the present Gatineau riding.

Gatineau riding takes in Buckingham, Gatineau, Gatineau Point, Thurso, the counties of Hull and Papineau, Kimika, Lac du Cerf, Notre Dame de Pontmain, Notre Dame du Laus, St. Aime du Lac des Isles, Gagnon, Montigny, Rivard, Rochelave. Pontiac riding include Maniwaki and Mont Laurier, Grace-field, Wakefield Aumond Aylwin, Bouchette, Cameron, Den-hold, Hincks, Low, Lytton, Masham North, Sicotte, Wakefield township, Wright, Blue Sea, Bois France, Egan South, Messines, Montcerf, Northfield, Ste. Cecile de Masham, Ste. Therese de la Gatineau, Maniwaki reserve, Ferme Neuve, Robertson and Pople, and Brunet.

2.30 p.m. A visit to Parliament. 3 p.m. Empress Farah will visit the National Gallery of Canada. 5 p.m.

Reception at the Careless campers were blamed for a fire near Pinks-lake in Gatineau Park Sunday evening. The fire, which covered about half an acre, was on the right side of the parkway road at the junction of the Denison Dam Road. Six wardens from Old Chelsea and Elwood Edey, park superintendent, extinguished the fire with hand tanks, after the call was turned in about 7 p.m. "The fire started from a campfire which someone forgot to make sure was out," Mr. Edey said.

Fires aren't allowed in the Gatineau Park and charges can be laid under both the Quebec provincial act and the National Capita! Commission. was first brought to Canada when ten years old, and for a time had attended Riverview Public School here in Ottawa. In 1957, he returned to Greece, where he went to work as a seaman on deep-sea freighters. He said he jumped the Li-be rian freighter Transporter in Montreal and had been working in Kitchener. Dimitrios said he is to appear before immigration authorities about his illegal stay in Canada but that no date has yet been set.

The story of a Greek seaman who illegally entered Canada last year was uncovered in magistrate's court this morning. Dimitrios 21, pleaded guilty to sneaking into the country at Montreal Sept. 11, 1964, and was fined $50 and $2 costs. He was arrested on Bronson Ave. May 7 by the RCMP, while visiting his girlfriend.

He had been working in Kitchener at the time. Lived here Speaking English clearly, Dimitrios told The Citizen he Iranian embassy for the Iranian community. 8 p.m. Dinner for the Governor-General and Mrs. Vanier at the Chateau Laurier.

Friday 9.30 a.m. The shah will visit the Northern Electric Company research laboratories. 9.45 a m. Empress Farah will take a drive in Gatineau Park. 11 30 a m.

The shah will hold a press conference in the West Block. 1 p.m. Luncheon at 24 Sussex Drive. 4.15 p.m. Departure for Quebec City.

ML, I The Shah of Iran and the Empress Farah arrive in Ottawa Wednesday noon for a state visit until Friday afternoon. They will be guests of the Governor-General and Mrs. Vanier at Government House. Social highlights of the royal visit will be a state dinner at Government House on Wednesday evening, a dinner given by the Shah for his Ottawa hosts at the Chateau Laurier on Thursday evening, and a Friday luncheon with the Prime Minister and Mrs. Pearson at 24 Sussex St.

The Shah will address a Canadian Club luncheon Thursday noon and will hold a press conference Friday morning. Other engagements are: Wednesday 5 p.m. Prime Minister Pearson calls on the shah. 8 p.m. State dinner at Government House.

Thursday 9.45 The shah visits the National Research Council Laboratories on Montreal Rd. 10.15 Empress Farah visits the Ottawa Day Nursery, 195 George St. 12 noon The shah lays a wreath at the National War Memorial. 1 p.m. Their Majesties attend a joint luncheon of the Canadian Club and Women's Canadian Club when the shah will speak on "The Position of Iran in the Middle East Today." SAFETY CHECK BEGINS NEW UNIQUE President Ken Hacker of 104 David Drive has been elected president of the Kinsman Club of Ottawa.

New vice-presidents are Fred Kimmons, Stan Harris and Ron SCOTIABANK 222 Qet $4 pr every $3 wmi stxymt cotmmtu $mmts Certificates Three men honored at Queen's TORONTO (CP)-A program of compulsory automobile safety inspection was to begin in Ontario today. The program, to be carried out by the Ontario Provincial Police and the provincial department of transport, will give vehicles a 38-point safety check. Windshield stickers will be issued to drivers whose cars pass the test. Under the Highway Traffic Act, police are authorized to remove licence plates from vehicles badly in need of repair and have them towed away. They are also authorized to instruct the driver to have repairs made within a specified time and report back.

Auto check points will be moved to new locations around the province each week. The first check point locations are Highway 7 west of Perth, and Highway 5, west of Cooksville. Buy as little as $10 worth or as much as you like-cashable any time. Cal varv Baptist KINGSTON (CP) Queen's University awarded three honorary doctorates and conferred degrees on 179 engineering students at the faculty of applied science's convication Saturday. Dr.

George C. Laurence, president of the Atomic Energy Control Board, and Dr. Gerhard Harzberg, director of the National search Council's division of pure science, were made doctors of science. Ralph H. Keefler, president and chairman of the board of Northern Electric Co.

in Montreal, was made an honorary doctor of laws. SSC-36S guest minister Rev. I. D. E.

Thomas, who was for eight years president of the Evangelical Movements of Wales, will minister at Calgary Baptist Church each night this week at 8 p.m. Mr. Thomas, a gr aduate of the University of Wales, is the author of numerous publications including "God's Harvest" and "On Trial." He has been pastor in the historic Baptist Church at Caernarvon, North Wales. Iff Ffif i I mm IT IF EVER YOUR MUFFLER NEEDS REPLACEMENT WILL BE REPLACED FREE OF CHARGE Johnson reform plan $4 billion tax slash asked Eastvicw driver wins road-e-o Jean Charron, 19, of 152 Bar-rette St. Eastview, won the Ottawa Eastview Jaycee car roadeo held at Lansdowne Park Saturday morning.

Runner-up was R. Charron of Ottawa. Entrants in the roadeo were reduced to seven after a written-examination and the seven Saturday drove cars through an obstacle course. The judges were two policemen from Ottawa and two from Eastview. THE MIDAS GUARANTEE AGAINST RUST, CORRO SION, BLOWOUTS, ETC.


But Johnson proposed to retain a five-per-cent tax on passenger cars permanently as an important source of federal revenue. Similarly be proposed that the present tax of five pet cent on air passenger service be made permanent. Retail buyers would benefit from tax removal or reduction on such items as handbags, luggage, cosmetics and toilet articles, jewelry and furs. Taxes on the manufacturers' level would be reduced or eliminated on sporting goods, radios, television sets, records, musical instruments, cameras and film, refrigerators and freezers and other items. WASHINGTON (AP President Johnson submitted to Congress today his request to cut taxes by nearly At the same time he gave assurances he sees nc indication that spending for military forces in the Dominican Republic and South Viet Nam would upset the planned reduction.

The president said that the recommendations "will accomplish, prudently and responsibly, a major reform of the excise tax structure." The Johnson plan would eliminate most of the existing excise taxes on July 1, with a total slash of $1,750,000,000 on that date and with a reduction of the same amount effective next Jan. 1. Beyond that, Johnson is proposing a $464,000,000 slash spread over several years up to 1370. Call to business To ensure that the tax reduction makes maximum contribution to price stability and balanced prosperity. Johnson said: "I call on American business to translate lower excise taxes promptly into lower retail prices for consumers." As previously announced, the tax on cars would come down from 10 to seven per cent July I (a saving of about $75 to the average car buyer) and later on to five per cent effective Jan.

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