The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on February 28, 1955 · Page 5
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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada · Page 5

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Monday, February 28, 1955
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p: MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1955. THE OTTAWA JOURNAL I ! .4' Margaret Sees Phptographe fs Manhandled ... NASSAU, the Bahamas. Feb. . J. iF) Two foreign pho-. tographere were clubbed and manhandled by Bahama police in ' the full view of Princess Margaret Saturday when they . tried to take a picture of her - landint at a Nassau pier. ' David Johnsonof the ton- don Dally' Sketch and Jean Tragedies ' Buried Allvel SITKA. Alaska Feb. JS,-W) A 500-foot wall of nrw trashed down into.,' the Ski Bowl high on Harbor Minn tain yesterday and two young brothers were burled and were dead when dug out. The two Were Bruce, 15, and Hans, eight, sons of Or. and Mrs. Phillip h. Moore, of Mt. i- Edgecombe. . 1 RCAF Members Die. OIMU, Man., Feb. 2t.-t-f.rt Two Maritime members of ths RCAF at Olmll air station, pas-sengers In a car, were killed L . " . . ,'. 1 . , icolllsion at a levei-erossing is wf.VI "I Oimll area, about 80 miles ffi ,Ut . lch;r.orth of .Winnipeg. Dead are: lasted about 10 minutes. - AlKrtimtn Charles Fanning itto memoers m xne Jtoyai of Canso, NS, and Clarence party, Capt.- Dawney and Sir Bouchia of Dartmouth, NS. Norman owatktn, stepped In and ended the scrap, telling police to release the two photo graphers and let them, take pictures of the princess.' Colonial Secretary A. O. H Garener-Browri apologized to both men lor the Incident and offered to pay for a new suit for Pedrazzzinl whose pants were ripped down the right leg. Governor the Earl of Ran-furly personally expressed regret to the cameramen concerned and added that the police had taken "overzealous action" In clearing the pier. Actress Yvonne de Carlo, a nauve or Vancouver, who Is Shoots Mother, Self. PERTH, Am boy, NJ, Feb. 28. av-A 20-year-old youth critically wounded his mother early Sunday, then forced a couple to drive him around tn their car for five hours and finally returned home and killed himself in front f police. The youth, Charles Johnson, was recently convicted of possessing a stolen car and had been ordered to re -enlist in the VS. Army by March 11 or go to jail. .. . . ... Ran Into Mailbox. OSHAWA. Ont.. Feb. 2. CB Fifteen . year old Harold In. Mr,. . fll V.... - . '1 ," ..i Manual died Saturday of In Royal landing sight as the lrvto , mmll Hrf. mil jon the western outskirts of v:.1. . Car HiU Caller. RICHER. Man., Feb. 28. KP Joseph Roland Legal, IS, of Richer was killed Saturday night while riding with his father In a horse drawn cutter near here, about30 miles southeast of Winnipeg. The cutter was crossing the highway when struck by a car driven by Steve Toch ot Kenora. princess arrived, Miss de Carlo had tried to'oshawa. , at Bccrcauauon as a news pnotograpner but was refused. She turned up anyway and had to be escorted from the press enclosure. ipaak Pays, Visit To . Chalk River . Belgian Foreign Minister Paul-Hepri ftpaak- spent two hour Saturday touring Canada's atomic energy plant at Chalk River, Ont. He flew the 125-odd miles west of here and returned In an RCAF Otter. Later he was guest of honor at a reception ac me Belgian Embassy. Couple Gassed. DRESDEN. Ont.. Feb. 28. C A young married couple were round dead Saturday morning in the gas-filled apartment the olanned to. vacate. Netth- Dors said Douglas Pegg, zi, and Ha spent today and tonlaht hi ia-vrir-nM wif h.H rlr,A resting at the Seigniory Club, another apartment. They left no nn k, their infant son Ronny with ,,,,,,, rrmaimnK grandparents. ha flies back to Europe. He arrived here last Thursday. MINK KILLS SOLDIERS. PARAMARIBO, Surinam. Feb. 38 VT Rix Dutch aoldlera! were killed and eight others were wounded In a land mine explosion Saturday during Jungle training exercises near ZanderlJ airfield. The victims were Dutch conscripts. L mm Piano Marathon Record BrokenTwiceOverWeebend ., ,-Vs' , ;-. MONTREAL. Feb. 2 Kf) F rida v. niirht anri nlxvxi Paul Oingras. 2SL-year-old; through Saturday. Four doc-Montreal pianist, set a new tors took turns at eheeklne him mark for continuous playing while a local radio announcer, during the week-end, tinkling Pierre Choulnard of CKAC, L the keyboard for 27 hours and kept up a .running broadcast 15 minutes before quitting. 'throughout the performance, Glngras, who played at HMCS Itself someLhini nf a mnrd. Donnacona naval depot In aid Crowds of dancers packed of the March of Dunes, held the naval hall Saturday aa out for one hour longer than Cincrss came near the 14-hour Royal Allard of Lachlne. Que.,: point, but at times he' played nuw-nnger piano piayer wno to only a small knot of persona beat the old mark: only , few Including his helpers. Olngraa hour earlier. u fed a hauld diet of broth. Allard claimed he set anew water and milk and was mas- mark Thursday and Friday saged every half hour when he played for 2 hours and 11 minutes in a hall in sub-j HONG KONO'tXHIBIT. urban Lachlne. The prevlousi HONG KONO, Feb. 38 UP) high was 24 hours and. five The aovernment annnunMri seconds esUblished by Airman yesterdav that Hona Kono will Guy Bastlen of Buckingham, set up an exhibit at the Cana- Que., last month at North Bay. d lan International Trade Fair Ont. to be held at Toronto In Mar Oingras started at 7.30 p.m. and June. ONE MAN'S FAMILY Members of the Cyr family gather around their mother and father to get a look at the 28th child the pair has brought into the world In the last 27 years.. Nineteen of the children still live. On the sofa are Heliodore Cyr, holding baby No. 28: Noella Jean, who was born Christmas Eve in a nearby Fort Kent, Maine, hos-pltal, and only recently brought home; Prlscllla, 3; Mrs. Marie Cyr, holding Dianne, 1; and Armande, 12. in the. middle row (left to right, starting directly behind sofa) are, Florence. It;' Loulselle, 8; Guilds. 5; Lawrence, ; Alfred, 13; and Norman, 10. In the rear row (left to right), Lillian. IB; Marie Bertha, 18; Jeannlne, 17; Raymond, 20; Aubert, 2; Beo.-IB; Philippe, 22; Carmel, 15, and Reginald, 14. (UnlMd Proa Tctrphotol VETERANS REMEMBER FALLEN COM RADES Members tf the South African Vet erans' Assoclatlonyln Ottawa on Saturday morning remembered fallen comrades at the Elgin street monument In a ceremony observing Paardeberg day. Standing before the monument are W. A. Hare and Miss M. Cook while other veterans flank them. 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' It could not be considered part of his Ontario government salary1,' be argued, because the bursary, amounting to $250 a month as well as tuition fees. came oui or reaerai neaitn grants.- - The board's decision not only affected him' but other students who ' had received similar bursaries. The board said the fact that the bursary funds originated with the Federal Government did riot matter In this-case. It was part of his provincial pay, in theXform of an allowance. and - therefore was taxable income. NAIROBI Kenya. Feb. 28. (Reuters) "Colonel" Kanalnl, Man Man leader responsible for at least eight murders, and two other terrorists -were killed yesterday by British . security forces acting on reformation given fey a wounded Van Man. Coirnfart ! Ctnwmrwelv 1 I SMAUIIT. IIOHTMT I rlAIN Alt) IN I . J-Uithtt ntOYAL IT t m el ihni east nai.ravaiwv Hta PRIDHAM1S- i nana t-lU 1M BANK ST. Rmm 11) (CsaNol Tbostra aiocki REPLACES THE CHIEF. I LOS ANGELES. Feb. 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