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   Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - June 30, 1965, Winnipeg, Manitoba                             TODAY'S INDEX Classified 27 to 40 Movies 9 Comics Sporls 22 to 26 Deaths 5 Television 8 Finance 16. 17 Women 19 Winnipeg Free Press Final Edition VOL. 72 NO. 235 PPIPF lOr WITH r-i COMICS WINNIPEG, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1965 Sun riin a.m. Moon rtirt Sun p.m. Moon teti p.m. 45 and 75 Three Feared Lost Boat Found Overturned Near Minaki Three Winnipeg men are missing and f e a r e d j drowned in the Winnipeg River rapids near Minaki, Ont., after the discovery of their overturned boat Tuesday. Missing arc: Dr. Elwood Martyn. of 21 Asliton Avenue, a St. Vital veterinarian: Arthur Duesterhoeft, of 372 Riverton Avenue and Paul Connertli. of 215 Horace Street, St. Boniface. The 16-foot aluminum outboard motor boat which the three were using was found Tuesday morn- ing overturned in the rapids con- necting the Winnipeg Hiver with IlouRhrock Lake. 18 miles north of Minaki. Police said normal dragging operations and divers could not be used because the water in the area runs too swiftly. They said routine patrols will be made when the search resumes today. The trio left Winnipeg Saturday evening for a fishing excursion in the Minaki area and were to have returned Sunday evening. Their car was found at White- dog Falls. Monday evening. Police began the search early Tuesday after Mrs. Martyn noti- fied them her husband was over- due. The boat was found by three Ontario provincial policemen and two friends of the lost men. Please Sec DKAGGING Page 6 Roharts Praises Members More Aid Promised Viet Cong WALTER PASCHAK New Board Chairman Paschak Heads Board By SHELLEY CHUSID Trustee Walter Paschak was elected chairman of the Winni- peg school board Tuesday night, replacing James E. Wilson. Mr. Wilson resigned his school board seat Tuesday night bo- cause he will shortly be sworn in as a judge of Manitoba Court on Queen's Bench. No byelection will be held to fill tho vacancy. The board decided Tuesday nifiht that the vacancy will be filled at the regular October elections. Mr. Wilson would have completed his two-year term at the end of this year. There were two candidates for the chairmanship Tuesday night Trustee Paschak of Ward 3, who has the backing of the Civic Election Committee, and Ontario Premier John Robarts said Tuesday night that "the future of the Progressive Con- Trustee Andrew Robertson of servative Party of Canada does Ward 2. a New Democratic not rest upon the personality of j its chosen but rests upon party members who solicit, assess and interpret the views of the public. Mr. Robarts said it Is upon the party members and their abili- ties that "the foundations, the permanency and the stability of our party are built." He was speaking to the confed- eration banquet of the Progres- sive Conservative Student Federa- tion, held in the Fort Garry Hotel. The premier called on party members to "establish effective communication between the mem- bership and the party leaders. Please See PC PARTY Page 7 The Hague Welcomes Couple THE HAGUE (Reuters) The people of The Hague gave a riotous welcome to Crown Prin- cess Beatrix and her West German fiance, Claus von Amsbcrg, Tuesday when the couple toured the streets of the city In an open car. It was the first real test of public reaction to the controver- sial engagement announced by Queen Juliana Monday. Several factors worked in the couple's favor. They made the tour as office workers were pouring into the streets after their day's work. The weather xvas perfect bright sunshine with a balmy breeze. The Hague is one of the most royalist of Dutch towns. And Tuesday was the birthday of the princess' father. Prince Bern hard, 54. Monday's appearance of the couplo on television with their parents, and their frank discus- sion of their engagement, was believed to have much public sympathy. Von Amsbcrg was a member of the Hitler Youth and served in the German- Army in the Second World War. Many Dutchmen, recalling the Ger- man occupation of Holland, had opposed the engagement. Please See PASCHAK, Page Session May End Today By STUART LAKE OTTAWA (CP) This could be the last sitting day for the Commons before a summer re- cess. It also could be the day that New Democratic Party MP starts a filibuster that could keep the House in session for a few more a few more weeks. Arnold Peters kaming) said Tuesday night ho would try to block adjourn mcnt of the Commons for the summer vacation unless the government makes certain parts of Ontario eligible for funds under its newly-proposed area development grants. He said some depressed com munlties may not qualify as de pressed areas because their true unemployment rate isn't reflected in National Employ- ment Service figures. Workers in those places didn't register Please See SESSION Page 6 Kosygin Jabs At Chinese Claims By STEPHEN ROSENFELD MOSCOW (Special- TPNS) Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin Tuesday pledged "increased aid and support to the Vietnamese people from the Soviet Union and the entire so- cialist commonwealth." But he bracketed this affirm- ation of "anti-imperialist" unity with the charge that Communist China seeks to substlutc for it "so-called unity according1 to radical principles." The premier spoke at a Kremlin ceremony for the first from 46 coun- Patrice Lumumba Uni- which the Soviet government founded in Moscow 'ive years ago to train students 'rom Asia, Africa and Latin Kosygin did not name China n his comments on race. He laid "socialism is incompatible vith colonialism and racism, and to manipulate slogans of national exclusiveness is deeply alien to Marxism-Leninism and cads not to unity but to disunity of the peoples fighting imperial- sm." Please See SOVIET Page 7 Saigon Troops Cut Off SAIGON than a regiment of Communist guer- rillas surrounded hundreds of ;ovcrnment troops 200 miles northeast of Saigon and had hem under heavj attack late today, a U.S. military spokes- man reported. A U.S. Air Force light spot- ling plane flew over the area and was shot down in the jungle. The fate of the pilot and lis observer was not known, :hc spokesman said. The government force, three units of paratroopers and in- fantry, began an operation Please See SAIGON Page PAPER SCHEDULE FOR DOMINION DAY THURS., JULY 1 The Free Press will be published and delivered throughout the city on an early afternoon schedule. The Business Office Will Bo Open From 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Phone WH 3-9331 All Dopti. For Direct Lint After Butlncti Houri, Sea Telephone Directory DORION REPORT RESULT: Favreau Resigns, Shakeup Coming Mcllraith Will Step Into Breach By VICTOR MACKIE OTTAWA (Special) Prime Minister L. B. Pearson will re- organize his cabinet during the summer re- cess now that the Dorion report has been received and Guy Fav- reau has resigned as justice minister. George Mcllraith, president of the privy council and govern- ment House leader, will carry on t as acting justice minister during the summer. However, it is not expected that he will be given the justice portfolio on a permanent basis. He has done such a good job as House leader that He will be left with that important assignment. One lesson that has emerged from the difficulties Mr. Fav- rcau got into is that the House leader should not be burdened with heavy departmental duties. Citizenship and Immigration Minister J. H. Nicholson was being prominently mentioned -as a possible new justice minister. Hon. Allan MacEadicn the present minister of labor may replace Hon. C. M. Drury as minister -of industry and Hon. Maurice Sauve, present minister of forestry would move into the Labor portfolio. These are some of the changes being mentioned in government circles as pos- sible shifts. The prime minister has asked Mr. Favreau to remain in the government in another post and Mr. Favrcnu has agreed. Mr. Pearson emphasized in the House Tuesday night, amid applause from all parties, that Mr. Favreau remained a man of "unimpeachable integrity and unsullied honor." Mr. Favreau might be named secretary of state in the cabinet reorganization. The present secretary of state, Maurice Lamontagnc, is reported to be tired of politics and ready to take some other position, per- haps a diplomatic post. P o s t m aster-General Rene Tremblay has had health diffi- Please See McILIUITH Page 15 Former justice Minister Guy Favreau Will Accept New Cabinet Post Highlights OTTAWA (CP) Highlights of the findings of Chief Justice Fre- deric Dorion's judicial inquiry in- to allegations of influence peddl- ing in the government service: Justice Minister Favreau's judgment is questioned for taking it upon himself to de- cide against prosecution in connection with bribery al- legations last September. Mr. Favreau was justified in thinking on the basis of evidence available then but not followed up that prosecu- tions would have been diffi- cult to obtain. On credibility, there is no doubt statements of lawyer Pierre ac- cused Denis of attempting to bribe be accepted in preference to those of De- nis. _______ There "cannot be any doubt" that Raymond Denis, then executive assistant to Mr. Tremblay, offered a 000 bribe to "obstruct the course of justice" in the case of narcotics smuggling sus- pect Lucicn Itivard. Please Sec HIGHLIGHTS Page 15 Minister To Get New Post By JOHN LEBLANC OTTAWA (CP) Chief Justice Frederic Dorion has found crim- inality and ministerial bad judgment entangl- ed in the Lucien Rivard affair, and the first result is that Guy Fav- reau is leaving the justice ministry. But this bombshell is "only the first scene of the first Prime Minister Pearson prom- ised Tuesday night as his 47- year-old chief Quebec lieutenant quit his prestige portfolio after the Dorion report roasted tile minister, the HCMP and sev- eral political and non-political figures Involved in efforts .on behalf of narcotics suspect Ri- vard. The' burly Mr. Favreau will get a new portfolio unnamed as keep his leadership of the federal Quebec Liberals. For more developments on events following release of (lie Dorian report ice page 14. The justice department will study possible criminal action growing out of the findings. It was Mr. Favreau's personal de cision not to take such without the department's ad- brought judicial criti- cism down on him. After making these announce- ments, the prime minister also said the government wants to 'deal with the sinister and ,'rowing involvement of crime n statement on which he did not elaborate in .alking to reporters. Chief Justice Dorion's find- ngs, reporting on an inquiry springing from allegations of ittempted bribery and coercion n efforts to free Rivard last July, blasted political personal- ties and Rivard associates alike. He found that Raymond Denis, dismissed executive as sistant to then immigration minister Rene Tremblay, hac offered a bribe to Pierre Lamontagnc. the prosecuting counsel against Rivard, to facil itatc bail for him while he was being held for the United States Please See FAVREAU Page 15 LUCIEN ItlVAIlD Didn't Await Results HON. RENE TREMBLAY Beyond Reproach PIERRE LAMONTAGNE Inquiry Clears Name RAYMOND DENIS Stands Accused -TYPICAL PEARSON COMPROMISE' Govt. Caught By Surprise By PETER C. NEWMAN OTTAWA (Special) Al- though the Pearson government had more than two months to prepare for the results of the Dorion inquiry, publication of its report Tuesday caught the Liberal cabinet in complete disarray. The day began in confusion and ended with a typical Pearson compromise which neither exonerates former jus- tice minister Guy Favreau nor cleanses the administration. The cabinet was hastily as- sembled in three hectic sessions and the final decision on Mr. Favreau's future was reached only an hour before Prime Minister Pca.rson rose to an- nounce its details to a hushed Commons. Favrcnu had offered his resignation to Mr. Pearson in mid-morning, shortly after a private consultation with Trans- port Minister J. W. Pickersglll. Mr. Favreau stayed away from a 1 p.m. cabinet meeting where there was a great deal of confused comment and advice, with the Quebec ministers unanimous In their view: They Today's Inside Stories Describes Death Scene........Page 3 Canadian Rowers Impress Page 23 EDITORIAL PACE Canada's Arnold Smith The Diy The Marines Landed After Dorion: Major Cabinet Shifts Needed Max Freedman Christopher Dafoe Oty A.B.C emulation Zone 80.078 Total 128.408 advocated that Sir. Favie remain In the justice post and fight for his political redemp- tion. This was also reported to be Mr. Pearson's original stand. But, in his confrontations with Mr. Favreau, he found the minister determined to leave the justice department. At the same time, Mr. Favreau expressed his willing ness to remain a member of the ministry and his anxiety to stay in active politics. In a final effort to persuade Mr. Favreau that he should not move out of the justice post, the Quebec ministers met independ- ently and urged him to recon sidcr. The compromise to accept Mr. Favreau's resign etion from the justice portfolio Please See GOVT. Page 15 Crime Purge Pledged By VICTOR MACKIE OTTAWA (Staff) Prinv Minister L. B. Pearson follow Ing the findings of the Dorion inquiry Wednesday alerted th nation to the "sinister am growing involvement of crime I: politics" and pledged to d last on Shcrbrookc Street Vest. A police spokesman said hey were picked up for routine interrogation. Ed Harper, Westmount public afcty director, said there was no immediate indication of who set off the blast the day before Dominion Day. The bomb placed near the >asc of the building, closed incc March for renovations, irnke 40 windows in the halt and ripped out chunks of masonry. Please Sec BOMB Page 6 Mapai Party Split TEL AVIV (AP) Former prime minister David Ben- jurion split Israel's dominant Mapai party today, and bis sup- porters announced they would Field a separate list of candi- dates in the November general election. The split in the Mapai, Is- rael's labor party, was the out- come of a bitter feud between Bcn-Gurion and his successor as premier and party head. Lev! Eshkol. Ben Gurion Founded the party 35 years ago. The feud resulted from an 11- year-old political scandal known as the Lavon affair. Please See MAPAI. Page 6 Airline President Dies LONG BEACH. Calif. Grant W. McConachie, presi- dent of Canadian Pacific Air- lines, died of 'an apparent heart attack Tuesday night. McConachie, 60, of Vancou- ver, visiting In the Los Angeles area was dead on arrival at the Long Beach community hos- pital. Police said McConachie, a guest at a Long Beach Hotel, approached the manager and complained of chest pains. An ambulance was summoned, but Please See AIRLINE, Page 6 LOOKING FOR A HOUSE TRAILER? This want ad under Trailers (56) HOUSE TRAILER, SLEEPS for or rent a monliu CAttlc 3-3716. Is among the hundreds of bar- gains in today's classified sec- tion. No matter what you need, shop and save in Free Press want ads. Sunny Holiday Forecast Citizens in the Winnipeg area will probably be able to bask in the sun on the July 1 holiday, but the weatherman said today ho can't promise a shower-free weekend. The forecast issued by the public weather office for tomor- row is mainly sunny and a little warmer than today. Low tonight is expected to be 45 degrees, with a high tomorrow of 75. Winds tomorrow arc expected to be south at IS miles an hour. Showers in Montana and Saskatchewan may develop Into a storm system over Saskatche- wan some time Friday, the weather office aald. The system may move from Saskatchewan to the Dakotas during the weekend. If the system does develop, it may bring showers to southern Manitoba. But rain or not, the weekend will probably be warm, tho weatherman said. V rt   

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