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Victoria Daily Colonist (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Victoria, British ColumbiaA mis Vancouver Island s leading newspaper since 1858 no. 155-106th year Victoria British Columbia saturday june 13, 1964 it Conn daily m Centis nday Cloudy data Ali of Paga j Telephone 383-4111 32 pages vital pictures . Jets on line Vientiane up a pro communist laotian troops drove neutralise defenders from a vital defence Post West of the Plaine Des Jarres Friday and neutralise Premier Prince Souvanna Houma announced that . Navy Jet reconnaissance planes were resuming operations. Souvanna Bald the flight a hued Quot important troop move Minli by communist Patchet lao and North vietnamese it Viet Minh it troops and disclosed that . Navy planes had photographic proot for the first time of the communist North vietnamese troops in Laos. Dry in from mix right a Wing Gen. Amkha souk has Ong reported the communist troops had driven Neutral Sta from Phou Kout. A Hill position commanding the important East West Highway 7 and that the attackers were Only 11 Miles from the neutralise Strong Point of Muong soul. He said neutralise reinforcement have been moved up to Muong soul. 110 Miles North of Vienna of. And that a major Battle appears to be in the making. A communist Victory at Muong Soui would wipe out the last main neutralise forces and open the Seay to Vientiane itself. Fichtl red a action Souvanna had charged in the past the communist North Viet namese were supporting the Patchet lao in open violation of the Geneva agreements in Laos but the 1.000-mile-per-hour rf8 crusaders photographed them in action. He said pictures taken by the . Navy planes proved the presence of the Viet Minh in Laos and that the pictures have been handed Over to the inner National control defence team Navy Given one Post in top seven Ottawa up a Canadas new top ranking defence team outlined Friday by associate defence minister Luden Cardin includes seven officers three army three air Force and Only one Navy. Lone run representative is rear Admiral Kenneth Dyer 48, vice chief of the naval staff nominated As chief of personnel under the new system with the rank of vice Admiral. Already named already named by defence minister Paul Hellyer As chief of defence staff is air chief marshal Frank Miller Craf. The other top level of Lycra named Friday whose appoint ments become effective once a unified defence command Mil is passed by parliament and proclaimed by Carnet order were . Geoffrey Walsh 54. Year old chief of the general staff designated no. 2 Man a., vice chief of the defence Suff. Naua aed of Page i Dyer All alone Philip Rooks Navy too Lime Bay. Englund a renter a the Duke of Edinburgh had another go at British naval tradition fray by turning Down a drink of rum. Prince Phlp. Who turned up at a naval review recently in the wrong dress Una Onmi refused the traditional tot of rum when he visited the British guided missile ship sind in. the Quern s husband said. A i eat ant Thida he had a Glasa of Beer Hialeah. Government asked to act 4,000 idled in Alberni Winch tries to haul it Dhoti baptism of fire for Flag Ottawa up a the Maple Leaf Flag fluttered through a baptism of Ore priday verbal onslaught in the commons and Lington South made an Hunsuc irate Hpe a attempt to haul Cess Ful Effort to hold an Emer ii Dosun from its parliament Hill Gurncy debate on the test. Tears flow freely on Canadian Graves Nijm Egem up a canadians and dutch wept openly together her Friday at a remembrance car vice for the Canadian fighting men who died in the Libra Tom of the Neth Orlands 19 Yean ago. About 3.000 attended the moving two a hour ceremony held under a Boulong Tun in the Beautiful Groesbeek War cemetery where 2335 canadians Are burled. Small bouquets the tears flawed Ai 15300 dutch school children Knelt to place Small bouquets of sum Mer Flowers m headstones in rear Sec Tlona of the cemetery behind the Etc menial area. It was the anal and most emotional do play in a series of ceremonies held in Europe this month by a Canadian govern ment party to Mark the 20th anniversary of a Day and the 50th annl Veraart of the atan of the rat world War. Next4if-k1n canadians at the event included 88 next of Ken of Canadian War dead. The children who brought the Flowers to school from their own gardens were the Centre of attention at the ceremony. They stood uncomplaining in the humid 90-degree heat arriving an hour before the Lerv ice started. Twenty collapsed and were carried by red Cross nurses to shaded areas at the Side of the cemetery. Nag Stett. Once it was hoisted to the 25-foot, while pole on the Paella Mem Hill Lawn the scheduled one hour teat flying was lengthened. One Corner became unfastened from the Halyard and a Public works employee used a ladder to retrieve it parties of school children tourists and a few maps gathered on the Green Lawn to watch works department employee run up the government s proposed Flag three red Maple leaves on a White ground with deep Blue vertical bars at the a Dpi. Up stymie Harold Winch. New democratic party my for Vancouver East and a supporter of the red Enalin As a Outda i Flag and reached for the rope. Quot until Canada and parliament decide to Fly this Flag h should come he shouted. The works employee kept is hand firmly on the rope. There waa a cheer and the Spectator i a n g o Canada mostly i French. Earlier the government was challenged in the commons for its authority to Teit Fly the Flag and Alfred d. Hales i pc Wel m Winch who had said in the commons that maps were becoming childish and asked whether a diaper service had been ordered for them was asked at the Flag a it in scene Quot now who s wearing the diapers Quot in the Cia Namaa. Speaker Alan Macnaughton ruled against holding a cd Agency i Kate on the flog i Yang test. Veteran Stout defender Winch repulsed Ottawa up a Pool Poirier a is year old c4ec-Iriclaa b Wilper. Friday be rame the first Canadian called a min to defend the you nary s proposed National Ria. Or. Pottier a be inky army Veteran was raising the Flag for the first Lime on the Bambi of Parl Lannot when he Wae ordered by a member of parliament to Lake it Down. Or. Poirier stood Hla ground and refused to lower the Flag. Or. Poirier the nun in charge of the peace lower flac Suff said he foam at the boat of the Flag staff to ensure that no oae else item plod to Taka it Down. Pedal to the colonist port Alberni a the two mayors of the Albemie Valley yesterday appealed to the . Government for a new Effort to Stop a strike which has already dealt the Valley a much More devastating blow than the Good Friday tidal wave. Mayor Fred Bishop of Albemie and mayor Les Hammer of port Albemie asked that Quot if no other solution Ami ears imminent a the labor department or the Cabinet consider Appo iming mediator in the 24-Day-old office workers strike. Past Mark the number of men idled by the dispute Over Union Security Rose past the 4.000 Mark yesterday when Macmillan Bloedel and Powell River Ltd. Closed Down its Franklin River and Kennedy Lake and Sproat Lake logging operations after the Day shift. An estimated 2,900 men who work in Mac Powell pulp and paper plants in the Valley have been Idle since members of four Ualotu decided to respect office workers picket lines shortly after lha Trika started Hay 19. To ice a much assessed loss in the Valley from the tidal wave was slightly More than $1.500,000. Production losses to the company and wages losses to the workers As result of the in Ike already Are estimated As at least twice the flood Bill. Mayor Bishop said he and mayor Hammer were unable to get in touch Vilh labor minister Peterson by phone Friday after i but talked to his Deputy William Sands. stand it they said the valleys Economy Fanrak stand the present situation much longer and declared both sides should be required to sit at the bargaining tables at three times a week. Or. Peterson Ai gtd or. Sands were not available last night for comment and spokesmen for Mac Powell and the office Union were keeping silent until the department s reaction was known. Coll nixed of Pagini 1 typhoid feared flood dangers Rise in North by the Canadian Prem new dangers loomed in British Columbia Friday As flood Waters from Snow fed Rivers seeped through protective dikes and flowed into Homes forced further evacuations and continued to disrupt rail and Road _ communications. Offshore rights supreme court to Rule the peace River had risen to a record flow of 295, x 0 cubic feet a second causing concern at the site of the giant $73.000,-Ooc Portage Mountain dam construction site in the northeastern part of the province. Re photo feb at North Central p r i n c a George health off legals wer considering typhoid inoculation for residents of the adjacent Cottonwood Island my Lentral area. Tbs Muddy water of the Nechak and f r a 11 r riven have All but covered the Island and Are contaminated by Rock pits and outdoor privies. Mine minister d o n. I d Aryl nor to decided a dispute Between the a a Quot red o. Page. 1 two governments Over onshore Mineral rights will have to be resolved by the supreme court of Canada. Or. Brothers in a Telephone Call to his of face Here following a meeting with or. Lang in Ottawa said they also agreed that both governments should avoid anything that would delay exploration in the disputed areas. Cabinet meetings he said results of their discussions will be submitted to their respective cabinets before any further meetings Are held. Shell Oil of Canada has been exploring for Oil in the area under overlapping permits from the two governments. Inside today Bride. Ybarrh Cornlea. Cry Mmry re ii Ivi to. Is. U Nurit , Umry eur Moi. Kate flame rms. Nerim id tim in 9m. Radio Profumo soul. Sport. Thoyl Ollna. Thoom. U if i�3 ii. Ii 11 11m 11 sir Billy Butlin now Camp tycoon Knight London up a a former $3,-a-week Toronto office boy who became a Hollday Camp tycoon in Britain Wai awarded a a Dav pins 20 years sixth of a series conversation with Eisenh tear As he looks to invasion 1944 Ike was ready to take All blame general Ete did your Slaff have a Plaa Tor Eineo aug us to Bolea Brokkee la Case of Fallier no a if we had to do any Avau attn go god forbid that would have been a terrible thing. But if there had bean no More hops the Thipa were there to Taka them off. Just a matter of Een Dlag a Nie Esage to gel off the Beacht that a right. Well ill Tell you. I Ujke to one of the invasion units and to Gen. Bradley a Headquarters staff and what i said was Quot this operation is not being planned with any alternatives. This operation la planned As a Victory and that s tha Way its going to be. We re going Down there and we re throwing it Bava into it and we re going to make it a so we just really did no to have anything planned for failure. But of course the naval commanders would have done their the generals note scr wrote Befarah lie which thle la lha note Gen. Elachi lha Jeee i. 1944 Lave Alan of Nonra waa to be made Public Only u tiie Landing eras a fall Are. A Oer lending be the Cherbourg Havre area have failed to gala a Falla Maclary foothold Aad i have with draw the troops. My decision to a Lark at Lua time and Loee waa booed Nipoa the beat information available. The troops. The air and the Navy did All that bravery Oad Dav thai to door Moold do. If Aap mom or Fath Altache to the attempt. Ii u Nataa Best to get the men off. They would have tried to get everything if a disaster had occurred. Only in the Omaha area did see really have real trouble. The germane had their 3s2d division at Omaha and it was an Active outfit and a very Good one. Tha German Suidt Yee. Though our intelligence people finally confirmed Iti presence at Omaha they did so Only at the last minute. Too late to make any changes to Tell our people going in there Quot maybe you ought to go in Ela where so they went right in and had a terrible fight of sural else Hewer i gather that at one Palat my Ira ale a me Aoge that Yea were prepared Natl bed or Paga b Knighthood in Queen Elizabeth i birthday honors list announced today. Millionaire Billy Butlin a native of South Africa who event to Canada at the age of u to join Hii Mother and Stepfather was among the More colourful of the 2,000 persons honoured. He now controls eight Holiday Camps in Britain and recently a pent 13,500,000 improving them. The Royal Honor ranging from peerages the minor titles included three new Ali Conli three Barons two privy counsellors and two Boro neti. But no one received tha two highest awards the order al Merit and the companion of Honor. Among Hooe made an Manden of the British Empire were Anil Ralin Ballet choreographer Robert help mail t mail bed of Page i former Victoria boy commander of Bath London up a . John Mogg so Canadian born commandant of famed Sandhurst Royal military Academy is appointed a commander of the military division of the order of the Bath in the Queen a birthday Honora hat released Friday. Mogg waa born at Grantham ., the Ion of capt. H. B Mogg who had gone thera to farm land left him by rela Nivea and who joined tha can Dian army during tha flirt world War. Cape Mogg Araa severely wounded and when a returned to Canada he joined the Cua Tomi department in Vale it Torla where Hla Ion got Hla Early education. The son came to England to attend school when a was 12. He was appointed More than a Yaar ago Ai head of Sandhu iat the Academy where he ohm was in Honor Cadet and into an instructor

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