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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - April 3, 1965, Brandon, Manitoba T i i plus weekend Magazine the newspaper written and edited to Merit your Confidence 84th year a no. 65 saturday. April 3, 1965 14 pages City edition Viet Nam crisis urges pause . Air raids . To Send More troops Washington apr several thousand More . Military personnel will be sent to South Viet Nam during the coming months . Officials said Friday longest session ends scramble a two youths struggle to get control of calves in the Labattes scramble a highlight of the Arena show Friday. Winners in the scramble were Jack Bennie of Waskada Donald Broughton of Rivers Ken Clarke of Virden Grant co mock of Arena packed to rafters Greenway Ross Hicks of Hartney Donald Mcintyre of Clearwater Murray Randall of sol Girth Robert Richardson of Basswood Leith Skinner of drop More and Erie Geddes of Pilot Mound. Another sell out at fair night. This was disclosed As ambassador Maxwell Taylor wound up a week s strategy review with president Johnson and other administration leaders and told reporters that he sees scant Chance of russian or Chi Nese intervention in the lingering guerrilla War. Taylor said some More men and equipment will be added to the american Force of about 28,-000 now in the Southeast Asia country though Quot i am not anticipating a Large the ambassador who is returning to Saigon today also reported plans for a step up by a sizable 150,000 in South vietnamese forces which now total about 530,000 these two increases in personnel Are the major items in a Long list of Steps approved in an Effort to boost the effectiveness of the Campaign against the Viet Cong. The attractions changed Friday at the Manitoba Winter fair but the crowd was the same As thursday a Complete sellout. It was the second sell out of tile year with 4,500 people packing the wheat City Arena to the rafters for the evening horse show. An estimated 2,000 people visited the fair during the afternoon. But did no to stay for the night show. Sale of commercial animals thursday cleared the roller Arena and left a lot of space for fair directors to fill if they were to continue giving a Complete show to the customers. They did no to waste any time filling it with the baby fair poultry and egg shows filling the vacated space to capacity. As usual the baby fair made a big hit with the younger set it the fair As Well As with most parents who were lured by the Little animals. In the show this year Are Cheviot sheep from t. M. Perry at Kemnay Yorkshire Swine from j. R. Moffat at Forrest Toulouse and Embden goslings from b c. Goose farms port Kells b.c., Ayrshire calves from shoppers Given extra breakfast Rosser Avenue shoppers Friday morning and today were treated to an extra breakfast Northern style with lots of steaming hot flapjacks. Stealing an idea from some westerners in Alberta a group of Swan River Rodeo people visited the City during the final two Days of the Manitoba Winter fair at the invitation of fair officials to Puli Cize their big Rodeo which is set for july 19-21. About 800 flapjacks were served Friday along with a pitch for the Rodeo biggest and Best in the province. Today the visitors were prepared to serve another 1,000 flapjacks off their Wagon. George Sheach and son of bran-1 of Virden. Grant Cornock of second to Mckenzie Friday Don. Roggenburg goats from c. Greenway Ross Hicks of Hart was Ujj. J. Osborne of Weyburn. Heavins at Quot Kemnay and v. L. Ney. Donald Mcintyre of Clear Tolj also won another Jackson at Douglas. Black Amor water Murray Randall of sols ican Cocker spaniels from Girth Robert Richardson of Bass Friday. With Bill Turner Deaniel a kennels Brandon and Wood Leith Skinner of drop More Dovins the it a topped Gordon hybrid Chicks from Oakland and Erie hatcheries. I Mound. The crowds also made a close inspection of the poultry and egg show one of the Best Ever seen at the fair. A see Page 2. The second calf scramble of the fair the Labattes purebred Heifer scramble highlighted the evening show. Winning certificates to use in purchasing a calf were Jack Bennie of Waskada Donald Broughton of Rivers Ken Clarke i Geddes from Pilot Church of Lena in the class for purebred Clydesdale mares in the Carls rite trophy for the harness to Wagon Best tour horse team in the j. C. Sadler of Elgin won the fair was presented to Aubrey i class for general purpose teams toll of Blyth ont. In one of with w. Cowell of Carberry Sec three heavy horse classes at Ond and Ralph Whitfield of Bois the Friday night show George Sevasin third. Mckenzie of Moose jaw Exon the Agenda today final Day habited the top four horse team of the fair is the saturday Matin the Percheron and belgian Inee for children and a Light Competition. Earlier in the fair horse show in the evening. Toll topped the Clydesdale the closing ceremony will class. Take place about 10 15 . Mandziuk raps of maps by Bibi grilling probe Ottawa up a the commons Early today completed its business for the 1964-65 parliamentary session by approving $245,581,051 in supplementary spending estimates. The appropriation Bill cover ing this spending then was sent to the Senate which was called into session at 1 46 a in. Est. For the weary a Psi about 50 to 60 stayed on to the end it was the longest session in Canadian parliamentary history. It lasted 248 sitting Days. The commons had agreed to sit past its Normal Friday adjournment hour of 6 . Until it completed its business. This will enable parliament to open a new session with a throne speech monday. The informal deadline prompted the government to agree to demands to withdraw several items which opposition Leader Diefenbaker charged cuss air plane projects. Were attempts to legislate in 1 _ properly through spending Esti a mates Canada radar new democrats supported the _ a a conservatives and the go Ern la he 5crapp6u ment dropped several $1 items i Ottaw a ice scrapping of government House under my the t227,78.jo2 mid. Canada wraith said the proposal would Warni Lam a ter 6w years of France . Set air plane talks Paris Reuters a Britain and France remained diametrically opposed on Viet Nam Friday night and the Only Concrete outcome of their Summit talks Here May be co operation in aircraft production. The source said the defence and aviation ministers of both nations will meet soon to Dis prime minister Pearson. Has Viat Nam plan Ottawa up a conservative maps complained in the commons Friday that the Royal commission on bilingualism and tons on a wide Range of political subjects. Stanley Korchinski pc Mackenzie asked or. Pearson whether he will put a Stop to has Over stepped questioning of maps on topics its Bounds by grilling Rem Are even remotely connected with bilingualism and . The prime minister did not reply. Reds to hold manoeuvres Berlin Reuters a russian and East German troops will hold manoeuvres a West of berlins Between monday and april la the East German news Agency adn announced Friday night. Political observers said the troop movements could be part of a communist Campaign against a meeting of the West German bundestag lower House of parliament planned for West Berlin next wednesday. Hers on Broad political and cultural issues. First Public word about a commission Survey of maps came in the question period when Nicholas Mandziuk pc Marquette asked prime minister Pearson whether he was aware the a psycho analytical Survey was under Way. A this very important matter has not yet been brought to my attention a or. Pearson replied. A i would Hope that if the i commission feels inclined to do this it would not make any it was Learned reliably later j that interviewers from the Royal commission have ques-1 toned about 50 maps from All parties in the last three weeks and plan to see All members who agree to be interviewed. Or. Mandziuk said outside the House that several of his colleagues were questioned for up to 2 a hours and asked to fill in questionnaires with 17 biographical questions and 30 ques or. Mandziuk and or. Kor Chinski gave reporters copies of the questionnaire later. Maps were asked in it to say whether they agreed or disagreed with statements including the following a a politics is a dirty a a the Quebec my tends to be More concerned with looking after his constituents than with National a a the main concern of the English Canadian my is not to Rock the party a a the commons would be a More efficient institution if it were Cut to say. Iso members. Each with paid a a most of the time front Bench policy is already decided before a Bencher has a Chance to exert several questions dealt with the Workings of the party caucus meetings and the degree of party discipline in House votes. $1 million left new York a Helena Rubinstein left 121 Cash bequests ranging from $500 to $250,000, her will revealed Friday. The document filed for probate valued the estate of the cosmetics Queen As a in excess of $1,000,000.�?� miss Rubinstein 94, died thursday. Kings Boycott plan unveiled Montgomery Ala it a it a 195 co sponsors. The Senate re Alabama legislators denounced j ceased for the weekend before be re introduced in the form of Bills next session. Opposition maps despite the desire to end the session spoke at length on a wide Range of topics including the Viet Nam crisis and unemployment in the Atlantic provinces. Or. Diefenbaker referred to the $1 items As a an unusually barefaced bureaucratic the first items to be withdrawn were a series of technical amendments to Federal statutes dealing with pensions for civil servants and armed forces and Romp personnel. Opposition maps said they were not arguing the merits of the changes. They opposed legislation by estimates on principle and intended to protect parliaments rights for full debates. Or. Diefenbaker was particularly critical of items to expand the air transport Board to five members from three and to dissolve a Crown corporation Northern Ontario pipeline corporation. Rivard lawyer Speaks monday operation was announced Friday in a statement by defence minister Tellyer the Western half of the line from Cranberry Portage Man., to Dawson Creek b.c., was closed Down last year at an annual saving of $6,000,000 the Eastern half from Hudson Bay to Labrador ceased operations March 31 at a further annual saving of $7,000,000 dog lives with artificial heart Houston apr a dog lived for several hours Friday after Baylor University doctors implanted an artificial heart in it. The doctors said the dog lived until it was decided to terminate the Experiment. The surgeons said the Experiment was a huge step toward development of a practical artificial human heart. A Beart lung machine kept the dog alive during the operation. The doctors described the artificial heart As being made of a silicone like material called silastic and weighing less than a half Pound. They said it is about 2 a inches in diameter. More napalm bombing Saigon apr South Viet namese fighter bombers rained tons of napalm today of her Rilla a infested swampland 26 Miles West of Saigon in a Battle that has Cost four american dead. Backing up the planes was a fresh battalion of government troops who drove through the can Fields behind the flames in the biggest action against the Viet Cong in recent months. Nine teen . Helicopters were riddled with bullets As they ferried in government troops. One helicopter was downed but its Crew was safely evacuated an american spokesman said. American officials said the objective of the thrust was to pin the Viet Cong Down along the Banks of the Valet Oriental River. A newspaper subsidy planned Stockholm a a proposal to subsidize swedish newspapers by $5,000,000 a year was submitted Friday by a government committee the social democratic party with a majority in parliament plans to enact the subsidy later this year. Government spokesmen said the subsidies Are necessary to keep newspapers alive and assure a Many sided press. Bares peace plan Philadelphia up prime minister Pearson said Friday night the United states should take a Quot pause in its bombing of North Viet Nam in Hopes of Clearing the Way for a negotiated settlement. There had been Quot great provocation for the . Air strikes the Canadian prime minister said since they were aimed at making it Clear to North Viet Nam that continued aggression would be increasingly costly. A i think that after two months of air strikes the message has been received loud and Clear. Hie authorities in Hanoi must know that the United states. With its massive military Power can mete out even greater but continued bombing could Harden the determination of the North vietnamese the prime minister made his suggestion after receiving the Temple University world peace award Given in recognition of a that Man or woman who is deemed to have made a singular contribution to advancement of the cause of peace and understanding among nations and not compromising Pearson said he is not proposing any Compromise on Points of principle nor a weakening of resistance to the North vietnamese. The prime minister said his suggestion should be coupled with a a a spectacular increase in a project being undertaken by 21 United nations members on the Mekong River which flows through Cambodia and South Viet Nam into the South China sea. He said this social and economic Enterprise has so far Only scratched the surface of what could be done to raise living standards in that part of Southeast Asia including Southern China. The United nations should enlarge tile project a in a spectacular Way a even while the political and military conflict is going on. It could make this part of Southeast Asia a a Centre of International social and economic the amount of Money now being spent in armed conflict in Viet Nam and Laos Over a few weeks could help millions of Leopie to a better life. In the news this afternoon $10 Cheque Quebec up escape artist Lucien Rivard is to have a lawyer speak for him Here courses problem Brantford. Ont. Up a when chief Justice Frederick Dorion monday begins hearing Friday both the bombing of a negroes Home and a Call by or. Martin Luther King for an economic Boycott of the state. A Resolution condemning the bombing in Birmingham As the work of a inhuman criminals swept through the House of Assembly with the endorsement of the forecast some rain drizzle High to a Low 30 we Wesena Fina argument in Hig i Vestiga. The Resolution. The to it is it Aue Gatons Agaj it. Foul Federal ministerial aides. Receiving statement bore the endorsement of governor George Wallace. A Short time later in Baltimore King disclosed plans for a three stage Boycott designed he said to arouse a the consciences of the Good people of Alabama a that brought charges from House and Senate members Here that the civil rights Leader is motivated by a desire for Power. One legislator suggested that a the White folks if they in desire can Boycott i dead 2 Hurt Gilbert Plains Man Chi a a girl was killed and two people were injured Friday night when a car collided with a car passenger train one mile East of this Community about 200 Miles Northwest of Winnipeg. Dead is a 16-year-old Gilbert Plains girl. Police withheld her identity and the identities of the injured. The Brantford and District civic Centre welcomes All donations towards its pro posed $1,250,000 building but the latest one has presented a problem. It s a $10 Cheque made out of Caribou hide. The five by 12 Inch fur lined Cheque was sent by Archie Knill a former Brantford resident now working at fort Mcpherson in the Yukon. A civic Centre spokesman said the Campaign organizers done to know whether to Cash the Cheque or auction it Eft Canadian chronicles history Margaret Wade Labarge of Ottawa has written a scholarly and sprightly account of seven months in the life of a housewife Eleanor de Montfort countess of Leicester during the year 1265. See Page la. Mothers can continue education arrangements Are now available in most provinces for mothers to have babies looked after while they attend various courses. A Page 9 Story shows that the trend for mothers to continue education is on the increase. Banquet honors top 4-h Leader nearly 300 people attended a banquet in Carberry to Honor Howard Baron As top 4-h Leader in Manitoba. See Page 2. Ten editorials. Page 4 Church. Page 5 in the sports. Pages 6 and 7 Sun women a pages 8 and is toi i a entertainment. 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