Brandon Sun in Brandon, Manitoba
5 Dec 1977

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5 Dec 1977

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Brandon Sun, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1977, Brandon, ManitobaGoyt to present Xii service Brief i Brandon Jet service will be High on the provincial governments priorities when it presents a Brief at the Canadian transport Etc hearings according to Robert Banman minister of Industry and Commerce the Etc hear Ings begin today in Winnipeg the government wants to ensure the proposed takeover of trans air by the Albert owned Pacific Western airlines pea will enhance rather than hinder the possibility of Brandon getting Jet service Banman told the Sun today in a Telephone interview the takeover is the subject of this weeks hearings Etc hearings for specific proposals for service to Brandon Are scheduled for january there have been numerous studies done dealing with the total area Able to support that kind of service it has been shown a fair number of people from Brandon and outlying areas would Avail themselves of it he said Banman also said the government will be seeking Assurance Manitoban will not lose jobs because of the takeover and that the same level of service will be maintained in the North v Strangler sought los Angeles a police Are combing re Reading old crime suspicious licence plates but Nave up with few clues in the search for the Hillside Strangler believed responsible for the slayings of 10 Young women in six weeks patrols have been increased in areas of the City where the victims aged 12 to 28 were last seen alive before their strangled bodies turned up in Remote Hilly sections most of the women were raped and most were found in the Northern suburbs life in jeopardy new York a a comatose pregnant woman has developed Neu Mymia and internal bleeding and Doc tors have Little Hope that she can be kept alive to give her five Montgold fetus a Chance to be born or Thomas Labarbera director of the critical care unit at Victory memorial Hospital described the condition of Rosemane Maniscalco 27 on sunday As poor very poor mrs Maniscalo collapsed into a coma nov 23 after severe bleeding choked off blood flow to the Interior of the brain at her family request she is being kept on several life support systems doctors said they her at least six a Chance at it s Lon Dols a the first grand child of Queen Elizabeth remains unnamed 19 Days after his birth because of a dispute Between his Mother Ami grand Mother a Palace correspondent said sunday the boy who is fifth in the line succession to the throne was born Prncess Anne in a London Hospital nov 15 sources said the delay in naming the child is due to the refusal by the Princess and her husband capt Mark Phillips to allow the Queen to bestow a title on the baby Audrey Whiting reported in the sunday Mirror giant submarine Brussels Reuter the soviet Union is building a giant submarine that will carry perhaps two dozen nuclear tipped ballistic missiles informed nato sources said sunday they said the submarine being built m a shipyard near the Northern City of Murmansk will probably carry the newest soviet submarine launched mis Siles the Long Range ssnx18s which Are still being tested the sources said the new submarine will be Able to hit almost any worthwhile strategic target in the West from just outside Murmansk Appeal nears goal the Brandon and District United less than Short of its goal figures released by the Appeal office show the Appeal has Rake Al As of dec 2 an increase of Over comparable figures of last year dont conf inside racial conflict in Rhodesia pages editorials family living entertainment 4 68 9101118 14 15 96th year no 269 serving Western Manitoba since 1882 i Brandon Manitoba monday december 5 1977 Price 15 cents r no survivors Airliner crashes during hijacking Johore Bharu a investigators Are trying to determine whether the hijackers of a malaysian Airliner caused the crash in which All 100 persons j aboard died and whether the hijackers were japanese terrorists one witness to the crash sunday night said the twinset Boeing 737 wobbled unsteadily Rose slightly then started Down and exploded wreckage dismembered bodies clothing and scattered Over a Square mile of swamp North of the Johore Strait and Singapore the malay mail newspaper says the eyewitness reports indicated som kind of tussle Between the hijackers and the Crew the explosion May have been caused by explosives carried on Board by the hijackers considering the wide area Over which the was strewn the news paper said among the dead were the cuban ambassador to Malaysia Mario Garcia and his wife two world Bank officials from Washington of Hoerr and is Naime and Malaysia agriculture minister All Haji Ahmad malaysian airways said about 20 of the 93 passengers were for Eigners sources at the Kuala Bumpur Airport said the Pilot radioed that members of the japanese red army took Over the plane but the airline said it could not confirm this and did not know How Many hijackers there were Reuters news Agency quoted japanese police As saying it was unlikely red army people were involved since the air plane was not capable of flying to the Middle East where japanese terrorists have sought Refuge in the the hijackers took Over the plane about 10 minutes after it left Penang Island off the Northwest coast of Malaysia on a flight to Kuala Bumpur the malaysian Capi Tal and Singapore with 93 Passen Gers and a Crew of seven an airline spokesman said the plane stopped at Kuala Bumpur but the hijackers forced the Pilot to take off almost immediately Singapore the spokesman reported the explosion occurred after witnesses said there was a Sec Ond explosion As the wreckage hit the ground it dug a huge Crater in police said they were investigating to determine hijackers got on the plane undetected communications minister v Man Ickov Asagami said Security at All malaysian airports will1 be tightened the japanese red army is a Small organization of extreme left wingers who have seen responsible for a number Ofa major terrorist incidents since 1970 its most recent exploit was the hijacking of a Japan air lines Jet Over India in september the japanese government paid Mil lion m Ransom and released six from prison and the hijackers and the freed terrorists took Refuge i Algeria Sadat charges soviets Arab critics Tripoli Libya a five Arab opponents of egyptian peace overtures to Israel formed a confrontation front against presi Dent Anwar Sadat today and announced political diplomatic and Token economic sanctions against him Iraq walked out of the Tripoli Summit meeting undermining the United front Sadat foes hoped to achieve and demonstrating once again the chronic dissension in the Arab world Sadat said the Arab Campaign against him causes him no concern he also told two interviewers in Cairo sunday that the soviet in is behind the rubbish at the Tripoli meeting the leaders of Syna Libya Al Gena South Yemen and palestinian guerrilla move Ghent agreed us a communique to freeze diplomatic relations with Egypt they also called for a Boycott of egyptian companies trading with Israel of which there Are none threatened a Campaignio remove the Headquarters of the 21member Arab league from Cairo and expel Egypt from the league and appealed for support of Syria the chief remaining military threat to Israel emperor Bokassa i of the Central african Empire stands in front of his throne during Coronation ceremony a wire photo african Napoleon spends million on regal ceremony by the associated Jea Bedel Bokassa the Ofa Fricas poorest countries crowned Elf emperor Bokassa i on sunday in a colourful ceremony inspired by his idol Napoleon Kex tens of thousands of Central african Empire subjects cheered bpkassa56 and his no 1 wife Empress Catherine 28as they drove through the Flag bedecked streets of the capital Bangui in horse drawn carriages a handful of foreign dignitaries witnessed the t ceremonies but Bokassa fellow african Heads of state declined invitations to attend the self proclaimed emperor wearing an Ermine trimmed red velvet cloak with a 24f Motlong train placed the Diamond encrusted Imperial Crown on his own head m Banguis indoor sports stadium and then crowned the Empress kneeling before him earlier he solemnly swore an oath before the people before the whole of humanity and before history to uphold the country Constitution and safeguard its Independence and territorial Interi Bokassa a former French colonial army ser Geant seized Power in an army coup dec 31 1965 and has been the country Oneman ruler Ever since he proclaimed himself hereditary emperor of his two subjects exactly a Ealr ago v French sculptor Olivier Brice designed the two ton like an Eagle with outspread Well Attrie crowns ceremonial sword and other with locally mined and Cut diamonds x f t the entire hour Long Cere 4mony following orders from Bokassa to copy the historic details of Napoleons Coronation on dec 2 1804 Bokassa likes to describe former noncommissioned officer who crowned himself his guide and inspiration Bokassa spent an estimated million on the ceremony about on fourth of the country entire annual National income business firms operating r in the Central african Empire and Many of the inhabitants generously and voluntarily complied with official requests for contributions to Bokassa Coronation fund a government spokesman said the Coronation ceremony was followed by a gala reception Given by the emperor a Seveno thigh Coronation cake made by a master pastry chef in France hundreds of pounds of caviar and 24000 bottles of Champagne were flown by special plane from pans for the reception British troops sent to Bermuda Hamilton Bermuda we Ephah the i Hamilton Bermuda a British troops armed with rifles and machine guns were deployed in Bermuda today for the first time in nearly 10 years but noting to pro test the execution of two Blacks for political murders already had ended British commanders said 260 troops were brought in from bases in Belize in Central America and Britain to Back up the 900 men of the local police Force and the Ber Muda regiment the British Island Colony was Calm All Day sunday and Only three fire bombs exploded sunday night in a truck and a vacant House in Hamilton and at a Reform school 20 Kilometres 12 Miles outside the City no casualties were reported i think the steam has gone out of it said police inspector Allan Lister its the quietest night weve had since the trouble began a dusk Odawn curfew remained in effect but Lister said a decision might be made later today on whether it would be relaxed or lifted Black youths noted and hurled fire bombs thursday Friday and saturday nights to protest the hanging Friday of two Black terrorists convicted of murdering the British governor and his aide the British police chief and two White supermarket owners in 197273 they were bermudas first executions in 31 years the rioters were estimated to have done million Worth of dam age but no serious injuries have been reported three persons died in a fire at the Southampton Prin Cess hotel thursday night during the first riot out the rioting and the hotel were seven Miles apart and officials said they have been unable to determine yet whether there was any connection Lois Brown Evans Leader of the predominantly Black opposition la Bor party said at a news con Ference that prime minister David Gibbons and gov sir Peter Ramsbotham overreacted by Call Ingin the British troops and that their presence will create More ten Sion Hamiltons downtown streets were nearly deserted sunday Al though some tourists were out with cameras and Tennis rackets Many of the 3000 tourists were cutting their holidays Short because of the inconvenience of being confined to their hotels at dusk Many restau rants and shops were closing hours before the curfew games Centre cuts questioned a wire photo hands up san of a Hare Krishna Follower dressed in a Santa Glaus outfit is frisked by a police officer in Kansas City my after he and another Man allegedly assaulted a salvation army Bell ringer on a downtown Street Corner the salvation army fundraiser told police the me shoved her away from the Comer after saying they wanted to collect Money there Vej curly Tyler a nationally known recreation authority says the recent trimming of the 1979 Winter games sports Complex will end up costing the City Between and Tyler a retired Brandon University psychology professor and expert on Leisure says items trimmed to keep the Complex within budget must be installed to use the Complex properly after the games the games society announced in late november that it had eliminated Worth of items from the Complex plans the cuts include the complexes sound system a moveable Bulkhead for the 50meter swim Ming Pool Ceramic surface for the Pool and locker room area some lockers and outside finish material they May be Able to run the games without Many of these items but these things Are Essen tial if you want to use the Pool for any length of time after the games he said and it will probably Cost much More than to put them in More like a half a million Money spent to upgrade the Complex after the games will mean badly needed improvements wont be made to facilities such As the old kiwanis Pool he said the games Complex Pool will need a moveable Bulkhead if More than one swimming program is to be carried on at the same time he s likewise Ceramic tile will be needed if the Pool area is to be kept sterile the Complex also needs a sound system he said the games people have admitted this because they say there going to rent one for the games Tyler said he is astonished that the games society did not consult City Council members before Mak ing the cuts he said he had asked his Alderman Marie Kotyk and mayor Gil about changes to the Complex but neither of them knew any thing about it previously criticized the location of the Complex in Kirkcaldy Heights said i know i will again be labelled As anti win Ter games but in not i just want to see the City get the Best facilities possible games general manager Vic Brown said this morning after consulting with games officials that the organization would have no response until tylers allegations were reviewed f

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